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1990 

CENSUS OF 
POPULATION 
AND HOUSING 



SERIES CPH (3) 

CENSUS TRACTS 
AND BNA'S 




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U.S. Department of Commerce 
Economics and Statistics Administration 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



CENSUS '90 



1990 CPH-3-71 




1990 Census of 
Population and Housing 

Population and Housing 

Characteristics for 

Census Tracts and Block 

Numbering Areas 

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah, WI MSA 



BUREAU Of Trie CENSUS 
LIBRARY. 




ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



The Decennial Planning Division, Susan M. Miskura, Chief, coordinated 
and directed all census operations. Patricia A. Berman, Assistant Division 
Chief for Content and Data Products, directed the development and 
implementation of the 1990 Census Tabulation and Publication Program. 
Other assistant division chiefs were Robert R. Bair, Rachel F. Brown, 
James L. Dinwiddie, Allan A. Stephenson, and Edwin B. Wagner, Jr. 
The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Cheryl R. 
Landman, Adolfo L. Paez, A. Edward Pike, and William A. Starr. Other 
important contributors were Linda S. Brudvig, Cindy S. Easton, Avis L. 
Foote, Carolyn R. Hay, Douglas M. Lee, Gloria J. Porter, and A. Nishea 
Quash. 

The Decennial Operations Division, Arnold A. Jackson, Chief, was 
responsible for processing and tabulating census data. Assistant division 
chiefs were: Donald R. Dalzell, Kenneth A. Riccini, Billy E. Stark, and 
James E. Steed. Processing offices were managed by Alfred Cruz, Jr., 
Earle B. Knapp, Jr., Judith N. Petty, Mark M. Taylor, Russell L. 
Valentine, Jr., Carol A. Van Horn, and C. Kemble Worley. The following 
branch chiefs made significant contributions: Jonathan G. Ankers, 
Sharron S. Baucom, Catharine W. Burt, Vickie L. Cotton, Robert J. 
Hemmig, George H. McLaughlin, Carol M. Miller, Lorraine D. Neece, 
Peggy S. Payne, William L. Peil, Cotty A. Smith, Dennis W. Stoudt, and 
Richard R. Warren. Other important contributors were Eleanor I. Banks, 
Miriam R. Barton, Danny L. Burkhead, J. Kenneth Butler, Jr., Albert A. 
Csellar, Donald H. Danbury, Judith A. Dawson, Donald R. Dwyer, 
Beverly B. Fransen, Katherine H. Gilbert, Lynn A. Hollabaugh, Ellen B. 
Katzoff, Randy M. Klear, Norman W. Larsen, Peter J. Long, Sue Love, 
Patricia O. Madson, Mark J. Matsko, John R. Murphy, Dan E. Philipp, 
Eugene M. Rashlich, Willie T. Robertson, Barbara A. Rosen, Sharon A. 
Schoch, Imelda B. Severdia, Diane J. Simmons, Emmett F. Spiers, 
Johanne M. Stovall, M. Lisa Sylla, and Jess D. Thompson. 

The Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division, Daniel H. 
Weinberg, Chief, developed the questionnaire content, designed the data 
tabulations, and reviewed the data for the economic and housing charac- 
teristics. Gordon W. Green, Jr., Assistant Division Chief for Economic 
Characteristics, and Leonard J. Norry, Assistant Division Chief for Hous- 
ing Characteristics, directed the development of this work. The following 
branch chiefs made significant contributions: William A. Downs, Peter J. 
Fronczek, Patricia A. Johnson, Enrique J. Lamas, Charles T. Nelson, 
and Thomas S. Scopp. Other important contributors were Eleanor 
F. Baugher, Jeanne C. Benetti, Robert L. Bennefield, Robert W. 
Bonnette, William S. Chapin, Higinio Feliciano, Timothy S. Grail, 
Cynthia J. Harpine, Selwyn Jones, Mary C. Kirk, Richard G. Kreinsen, 
Gordon H. Lester, Mark S. Littman, Wilfred T. Masumura, John M. 
McNeil, Diane C. Murphy, George F. Patterson, Thomas J. Palumbo, 
Kirby G. Posey, John Priebe, Anne D. Smoler, and Carmina F. Young. 

The Population Division, Paula J. Schneider, Chief, developed the 
questionnaire content, designed the data tabulations, and reviewed the 
data for the demographic and social characteristics of the population. 
Philip N. Fulton, Assistant Division Chief for Census Programs, directed 
the development of this work. Other assistant division chiefs were 
Nampeo R. McKenney and Arthur J. Norton. The following branch and 
staff chiefs made significant contributions: Jorge H. del Pinal, Campbell J. 
Gibson, Roderick J. Harrison, Donald J. Hernandez, Jane H. Ingold, 
Martin T. O'Connell, Marie Pees, J. Gregory Robinson, Phillip A. 
Salopek, Paul M. Siegel, Robert C. Speaker, Gregory K. Spencer, and 
Cynthia M. Taeuber. Other important contributors were Celia G. Boertlein, 
Rosalind R. Bruno, Janice A. Costanzo, Rosemarie C. Cowan, Arthur 
R. Cresce, Larry G. Curran, Carmen DeNavas, Robert O. Grymes, 
Kristin A. Hansen, Mary C. Hawkins, Rodger V. Johnson, Michael J. 
Levin, Edna L. Paisano, Sherry B. Pollock, Stanley J. Rolark, A. Dianne 
Schmidley, Denise I. Smith, and Nancy L. Sweet. 

The Data User Services Division, Gerard C. lannelli, then Chief, 
directed the development of data product dissemination and information to 
increase awareness, understanding, and use of census data. Marie G. 
Argana, Assistant Chief for Data User Services, directed preparation of 
electronic data products and their dissemination. Alfonso E. Mirabal, 
Assistant Chief for Group Information and Advisory Services, directed 
activities related to the National Services Program, State Data Centers, and 
preparation of training materials. The following branch chiefs made signif- 
icant contributions: Deborah D. Barrett, Frederick G. Bohme, Larry W. 



Carbaugh, James P. Curry, Samuel H. Johnson, John C. Kavaliunas, 
and Forrest B. Williams. Other important contributors were Molly 
Abramowitz, Celestin J. Aguigui, Barbara J. Aldrich, Delores A. 
Baldwin, Albert R. Barros, Geneva A. Burns, Carmen D. Campbell, 
James R. Clark, Virginia L. Collins, George H. Dailey, Jr., Barbara L. 
Hatchl, Theresa C. Johnson, Paul T. Manka, John D. McCall, Jo Ann 
Norris, David M. Pemberton, Sarabeth Rodriguez, Charles J. Wade, 
Joyce J. Ware, and Gary M. Young. 

The Geography Division, Robert W. Marx, Chief, directed and coor- 
dinated the census mapping and geographic activities. Jack R. George, 
Assistant Division Chief for Geoprocessing, directed the planning and 
development of the TIGER System and related software. Robert A. 
LaMacchia, Assistant Division Chief for Planning, directed the planning 
and implementation of processes for defining 1990 census geographic 
areas. Silla G. Tomasi, Assistant Division Chief for Operations, managed 
the planning and implementation of 1990 census mapping applications 
using the TIGER System. The following branch chiefs made significant 
contributions: Frederick R. Broome, Charles E. Dingman, Linda M. 
Franz, David E. Galdi, Dan N. Harding, Donald I. Hirschfeld, David B. 
Meixler, Peter Rosenson, Joel Sobel, Brian Swanhart, and Richard 
Trois. Other important contributors were Gerard Boudriault, 
Desmond J. Carron, Anthony W. Costanzo, Paul W. Daisey, 
Beverly A. Davis, Carl S. Hantman, Christine J. Kinnear, Terence D. 
McDowell, Linda M. Pike, Rose J. A. Quarato, Lourdes Ramirez, 
Gavin H. Shaw, Daniel L. Sweeney, Timothy F. Trainor, Phyllis S. 
Willette, and Walter E. Yergen. 

The Statistical Support Division, John H. Thompson, Chief, directed 
the application of mathematical statistical techniques in the design and 
conduct of the census. John S. Linebarger, Assistant Division Chief for 
Quality Assurance, directed the development and implementation of 
operational and software quality assurance. Henry F. Woltman, Assis- 
tant Division Chief for Census Design, directed the development and 
implementation of sample design, disclosure avoidance, weighting, and 
variance estimation. Howard Hogan and David V. Bateman were 
contributing assistant division chiefs. The following branch chiefs made 
significant contributions: Florence H. Abramson, Deborah H. Griffin, 
Richard A. Griffin, Lawrence I. Iskow, and Michael L. Mersch. Other 
important contributors were Linda A. Flores-Baez, Larry M. Bates, 
Somonica L. Green, James E. Hartman, Steven D. Jarvis, Alfredo 
Navarro, Eric L. Schindler, Carolyn T. Swan, and Glenn D. White. 

The 1990 Census Redistricting Data Office, Marshall L. Turner, Jr., 
Chief, assisted by Cathy L. Talbert, directed the development and 
implementation of the 1990 Census Redistricting Data Program. 

The Administrative and Publications Services Division, Walter C. 
Odom, Chief, provided direction for the census administrative services, 
publications, printing, and graphics functions. Michael G. Garland was a 
contributing assistant division chief. The following branch and staff chiefs 
made significant contributions: Bernard E. Baymler, Albert W. Cosner, 
Gary J. Lauffer, Gerald A. Mann, Clement B. Nettles, Russell Price, 
and Barbara J. Stanard. Other important contributors were Barbara M. 
Abbott, Robert J. Brown, David M. Coontz, and John T. Overby. 

The Data Preparation Division, Joseph S. Harris, Chief, provided 
management of a multi-operational facility including kit preparation, 
procurement, warehousing and supply, and census processing activities. 
Plummer Alston, Jr., and Patricia M. Clark were assistant division 
chiefs. 

The Field Division, Stanley D. Matchett, Chief, directed the census 
data collection and associated field operations. Richard L. Bitzer, 
Richard F. Blass, Karl K. Kindel, and John W. Marshall were assistant 
division chiefs. Regional office directors were William F. Adams, John E. 
Bell, LaVerne Collins, Dwight P. Dean, Arthur G. Dukakis, Sheila H. 
Grimm, William F. Hill, James F. Holmes, Stanley D. Moore, Marvin L. 
Postma, John E. Reeder, and Leo C. Schilling. 

The Personnel Division, David P. Warner, Chief, provided manage- 
ment direction and guidance to the staffing, planning pay systems, and 
employee relations programs for the census. Colleen A. Woodard was 
the assistant chief. 

The Technical Services Division, C. Thomas DiNenna, Chief, designed, 
developed, deployed, and produced automated technology for census 
data processing. 



1990 CPH-3-71 



1990 Census of 
Population and Housing 

Population and Housing 

Characteristics for 

Census Tracts and Block 

Numbering Areas 

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah, WI MSA 



Issued June 1993 










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U.S. Department of Commerce 
Ronald H. Brown, Secretary 

Economics and Statistics Administration 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Harry A. Scarr, Acting Director 



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Economics and Statistics 
Administration 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
Harry A. Scarr, Acting Director 

Charles D. Jones, Associate Director for 

Decennial Census 
William P. Butz, Associate Director for 

Demographic Programs 
Bryant Benton, Associate Director for 

Field Operations 
Clifford J. Parker, Acting Associate Director 

for Administration 
Peter A. Bounpane, Assistant Director for 

Decennial Census 



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Washington, DC 20402. 



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CONTENTS 



Page 

List of Statistical Tables iv 

How to Use This Census Report 1-1 

Table Finding Guide 11-1 

User Notes 111-1 

List of Census Tract Reports and Census Tract Comparability Tables IV— 1 

Statistical Tables (For detailed list of statistical tables, see page iv.) 1 

APPENDIXES 

A. Area Classifications A-1 

B. Definitions of Subject Characteristics B-1 

C. Accuracy of the Data C-1 

D. Collection and Processing Procedures D-1 

E. Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and Questionnaire Pages E-1 

F. Data Products and User Assistance F-1 

G. Maps G-1 



CONTENTS iii 



LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES 



[An asterisk (*) indicates that the table was omitted because there were no qualifying geographic area(s) or population group(s) ] 



Table 




Page 


Table 




Page 


1. 


General Characteristics of Persons: 




12. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 






1990 


1 




Characteristics of Housing Units 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






With an American Indian, Eskimo, 






Area 






or Aleut Householder: 1990 

Census Tract or Block Numbering 


58 


2. 


General Characteristics of White 
Persons: 1990 "v 


19 




Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 




13. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 






Area 






Characteristics of Housing Units 
With an Asian or Pacific Islander 
Householder: 1990 


59 


3. 


General Characteristics of Black 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Persons: 1990 


20 




Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 












Area 




14. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 
Characteristics of Housing Units 




4. 


General Characteristics of American 






With an Hispanic Origin 






Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 






Householder: 1990 


60 




1990 


21 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 




15. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 




5. 


General Characteristics of Asian or 






Characteristics of Housing Units 






Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 


22 




With a White, Not of Hispanic 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Origin Householder: 1990 


61 




Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 




6. 


General Characteristics of Hispanic 












Origin Persons: 1990 


23 


16. 


Selected Ancestry Groups and 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Persons in Selected Hispanic Origin 






Area 






Groups: 1990 

Census Tract or Block Numbering 


62 


7. 


General Characteristics of White, 
Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 






Area 






1990 


24 


17. 


Social Characteristics of Persons: 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






1990 


75 




Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 




8. 


Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 

Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 


25 


18. 


Labor Force and Disability 
Characteristics of Persons: 1990 


93 








Census Tract or Block Numbering 












Area 




9. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 












Characteristics of Housing Units: 
1990 


38 


19. 


Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 
1990 


111 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 




10. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 
Characteristics of Housing Units 




20. 


Social and Labor Force 
Characteristics of White Persons: 






With a White Householder: 1990 


56 




1990 


129 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 




11. 


Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial 
Characteristics of Housing Units 




21. 


Occupation, Income in 1989, and 
Poverty Status in 1989 of White 






With a Black Householder: 1990 


57 




Persons: 1990 


130 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 





IV 



CONTENTS 



Table 




Page 


Table 




Page 


22. 


Social and Labor Force 




33. 


Financial Characteristics of Housing 






Characteristics of Black Persons: 






Units: 1990 


159 




1990 


131 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 






Area 








34. 


Selected Structural Characteristics 




23. 


Occupation, Income in 1989, and 






of Housing Units With a White 






Poverty Status in 1989 of Black 






Householder: 1990 


177 




Persons: 1990 


132 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 






Area 








35. 


Financial Characteristics of Housing 




24. 


Social and Labor Force 






Units With a White Householder: 






Characteristics of American Indian, 






1990 


178 




Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 


133 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 




36. 


Selected Structural Characteristics 




25. 


Occupation, Income in 1989, and 






of Housing Units With a Black 






Poverty Status in 1989 of American 






Householder: 1990 


179 




Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






1990 


134 




Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 












Area 




37. 


Financial Characteristics of Housing 
Units With a Black Householder: 




26. 


Social and Labor Force 
Characteristics of Asian or Pacific 






1990 

Census Tract or Block Numbering 


180 




Islander Persons: 1990 


135 




Area 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 












Area 




38. 


Selected Structural Characteristics 
of Housing Units With an American 




27. 


Occupation, Income in 1989, and 






Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 






Poverty Status in 1989 of Asian or 






Householder: 1990 


181 




Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 


136 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 




39. 


Area 
Financial Characteristics of Housing 




28. 


Social and Labor Force 
Characteristics of Hispanic Origin 






Units With American Indian, 
Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 






Persons: 1990 


137 




1990 


182 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 




29. 


Occupation, Income in 1989, and 
Poverty Status in 1989 of Hispanic 




40. 


Selected Structural Characteristics 
of Housing Units With an Asian or 






Origin Persons: 1990 


138 




Pacific Islander Householder: 1990 


183 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 




30. 


Social and Labor Force 
Characteristics of White, Not of 




41. 


Financial Characteristics of Housing 
Units With an Asian or Pacific 






Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 


139 




Islander Householder: 1990 


184 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 




31. 


Occupation, Income in 1989, and 
Poverty Status in 1989 of White, 




42. 


Selected Structural Characteristics 
of Housing Units With an Hispanic 






Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 






Origin Householder: 1990 


185 




1990 


140 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 




43. 


Area 
Financial Characteristics of Housing 




32. 


Selected Structural Characteristics 






Units With an Hispanic Origin 






of Housing Units: 1990 


141 




Householder: 1990 


186 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Area 






Area 





CONTENTS 



Table 
44. 



Page 



Selected Structural Characteristics 
of Housing Units With a White, Not 
of Hispanic Origin Householder: 
1990 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



187 



Table 
45. 



Page 



46. 



Financial Characteristics of Housing 
Units With a White, Not of Hispanic 
Origin Householder: 1990 

Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 

Percent of Persons and Housing 
Units in Sample: 1990 

Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



188 



189 



"V 



VI 



CONTENTS 



HOW TO USE THIS CENSUS REPORT 



CONTENTS 

Contents of the Appendixes 1-3 

Census Tract Comparability Tables 1-3 

How to Find Race/Hispanic Origin Detail and 

Subject-Matter Data 1-1 

How to Use the Statistical Tables I-2 

User Notes I-3 



INTRODUCTION 

Data from the 1990 census are presented in several 
different report series. These series are published under 
the following three subject titles: 

1. 1990 Census of Population (1990 CP) 

2. 1990 Census of Housing (1990 CH) 

3. 1990 Census of Population and Housing (1990 CPH) 

The types of data and the geographic areas shown in 
reports differ from one series to another. In most series, 
there is one report for each State, the District of Columbia, 
Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands of the United States 
(Virgin Islands), plus a United States summary report. 
Some series include reports for American Indian and 
Alaska Native areas, metropolitan areas, and urbanized 
areas. See appendix F for detailed information about the 
various report series; additional 1990 census data prod- 
ucts such as computer tapes, microfiche, and laser disks; 
other related materials; and sources of assistance. 

The data from the 1990 census were derived from a 
limited number of basic questions asked of the entire 
population and about every housing unit (referred to as the 
100-percent questions), and from additional questions 
asked of a sample of the population and housing units 
(referred to as the sample questions). Two primary ver- 
sions of questionnaires were used: a short form containing 
only the 100-percent questions and a long form containing 
both the 100-percent questions and the additional sample 
questions. Appendix E presents facsimiles of the question- 
naire pages and the respondent instructions used to 
collect the data included in this report. Appendix F lists the 
subjects that are covered by the 1 00-percent and sample 
components of the 1990 census. 

Legal provision for this census, which was conducted as 
of April 1, 1990, was made in the Act of Congress of 
August 31, 1954 (amended August 1957, December 1975, 
and October 1976), which is codified in Title 13, United 
States Code. 



HOW TO FIND RACE/HISPANIC ORIGIN DETAIL 
AND SUBJECT-MATTER DATA 

This report includes a table finding guide to assist the 
user in locating those statistical tables that contain the 
data that are needed. The table finding guide lists alpha- 
betically, the subjects shown in this report by race groups, 
Hispanic origin, and White, not of Hispanic origin. To 
determine which tables in this report show data for a 
particular topic, find the subject in the left-hand column of 
the table finding guide and then look across the columns 
using the headings at the top for specific race groups or 
persons of Hispanic origin. Below is an example of a table 
finding guide. 

TABLE FINDING GUIDE 

Subjects by Race Groups, rtspanic Origin, and Wltfe, Not d Hbparric Origin and Table Number 

[Subjects covered In tto report an shown on the left aide, and race groups, Hispanic origin, and Whto, not of Hispanic origin are shown at the top. 

For definitions and explorations of subject charactertettes. see appenda B] 



Subject 


Total 


White 


Black 


American Indian, 
Eskimo, or Aleut 


Asian or 
Pacific Islander 


Hispanic origin 
(of any race) 


White, not of 
Hispanic origin 


POPULATION OWWCrBSSTlCS 


1 

16 
18 

1 

18 
17 

1 

17 
8,16 

1 

19 
18 
17 
18 

17 
1 

17 
18 
17 
17 
19 
8 
17 
17 
1 

17 
18 
18 

32 
32 
9 
33 

32 

32 
32 
9 

33 
9 
9 
32 
9 
32 
32 
32 
9 
9 
32 
9 
9 
32 
32 
32 
1 


2 

2 

20 
20 
2 
20 

2 
21 

20 
20 

20 
2 
20 
21 
20 
20 
21 

20 

20 
2 

20 

34 

10 
35 
34 
34 
34 
10 

35 
10 
10 
34 
10 
34 
34 
34 
10 
10 

10 
10 
34 
34 
34 


3 

3 
22 
22 

3 
22 

3 
23 

22 
22 

22 
3 
22 
23 
22 
22 
23 

22 
22 

3 

22 

36 

11 
37 
36 
38 
36 
11 

37 
11 
11 
36 
11 
36 
36 
36 
11 
11 

11 
11 
36 
36 
36 


4 

4 
24 
24 

4 
24 

4 

25 

24 

24 

24 

4 
24 
25 
24 
24 
25 

24 
24 

4 

24 

38 

12 
39 
38 
38 
38 
12 

39 
12 
12 

38 
12 
38 
38 
38 
12 
12 

12 
12 
38 
38 
38 


5 

5 
26 
26 

5 

26 

5 
27 

26 
26 

26 
5 

26 
27 
26 
26 
27 

26 
26 
5 

26 

40 

13 
41 
40 
40 
40 
13 

41 

13 
13 
40 
13 
40 
40 
40 
13 
13 

13 
13 
40 
40 
40 


6 

8 
28 
28 

6 
26 

6 
29 

28 
28 

28 
6 
28 
29 
28 
28 
29 

28 

28 
6 

28 

42 

14 
43 
42 
42 
42 
14 

43 
14 
14 
42 
14 
42 
42 
42 
14 
14 

14 
14 
42 
42 
42 


7 












7 


Disability 


30 




X 


Family type by presence of own ehldren 
Fertly 


7 
30 






Household type and relationship 


7 


Income In 1989 


31 








30 


Labor force status 


30 


Language spoken at home and ably to 


X 


Marital status 


7 




X 




31 


Place of bath 


X 




X 




31 








X 




X 




7 


Urban, rural, and farm residence (persons) .... 
Work status in 1989 


X 


Workers in femJy in 1 989 




rXJLHHGCHARACTHaSTlCS 


44 








15 




45 




44 




44 




44 




15 


Mortgage status and selected monthly owner 


45 




15 




15 




44 




15 




44 




44 




44 




15 




15 


Urban, rural, and farm residence (housing unrts) 


15 




IS 




44 




44 




44 


LAND AREA 









.. Not appEcable lor this report. 



HOW TO USE THIS CENSUS REPORT 



1-1 



HOW TO USE THE STATISTICAL TABLES 
Parts of a Statistical Table 

The census data included in printed reports are arranged 
in tables. Each table includes four major parts: (1) heading, 
(2) boxhead, (3) stub, and (4) data field. A typical census 
report table is illustrated below. 

The heading consists of the table number, title, and 
headnote. The table number indicates the position of the 
table within the report, while the title is a brief statement 
indicating the classification, nature, and time reference of 
the data presented in the table. The headnote is enclosed 
in brackets and is located under the title, it contains 
statements that qualify, explain, or provide information 
pertaining to the entire table. In some tables showing racial 
and Hispanic origin groups, the headnote includes infor- 
mation that data are presented only when certain population- 
size criteria (thresholds) are met. (For more information on 
thresholds, see the "User Notes" section.) 

The boxhead is under the heading. This portion of the 
table, which contains the individual column heads or 
captions, describes the data in each vertical column. In the 
boxhead of many tables, a spanner appears across and 
above two or more column heads or across two or more 
lower spanners. The purpose of a spanner is to classify or 
qualify items below it or separate the table into identifiable 
blocks in terms of major aspects of the data. 



PARTS OF A STATISTICAL TABLE 



Table number and tme 



Headnote 




-Boxhead 



Daia 

field 



XKMtfB cimmc wwaroro 



Page number 
and State name 



I 
Report title 



The stub is located at the left edge of the table. It 
includes a listing of line or row captions or descriptions. At 
the top of the stub is the stubhead. The stubhead is 
considered to be an extension of the table title and usually 
shows generic geographic area designations and restric- 
tions. 

In the stub, several features are used to help the user 
better understand the contents of the table. Usually, a 
block of data lines is preceded by a sidehead. The 
sidehead, similar to a spanner, describes and classifies the 
stub entries following it. The use of indentation in a stub 
indicates the relationship of one data line to another. 
Indented data lines represent subcategories that in most 
instances, sum to a total. Occasionally in tables, it is 
desirable to show one or more single-line subcategories 
that do not sum to the total. The unit of measure, such as 
dollars, is shown when it is not clear from the general 
wording of the data line. 

The data field is that part of the table that contains the 
data. It extends from the bottom of the boxhead to the 
bottom of the table and from the right of the stub to the 
right-hand edge of the page. 

Both geographic and subject-matter terms appear in 
tables. It is important to read the definitions of the terms 
used in the tables because census terms often are defined 
in special ways that reflect the manner in which the 
questions were asked and the data were tabulated. Defi- 
nitions of geographic terms are provided in appendix A. 
Subject-matter terms are defined in appendix B. 



Symbols and Geographic Abbreviations 

The following symbols are used in the tables 
explanations of subjects covered in this report: 



and 



• A dash "-" represents zero, a figure that rounds to less 
than 0.1, or a percent that rounds to less than 0.1. 

• Three dots "..." mean not applicable. 

• (NA) means not available. 

• The prefix "r" indicates that the count has been revised 
since publication of 1980 reports or that the area was 
erroneously omitted or not shown in the correct geo- 
graphic relationship in the 1980 census reports. This 
symbol appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and 
Housing Unit Counts reports. 

• A dagger "t" next to the name of a geographic area 
indicates that there has been a geographic change(s) 
(for example, an annexation or detachment, a new 
incorporation, or a name change) since the information 
published for the 1 980 census for that area. This symbol 
appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and Hous- 
ing Unit Counts reports. The geographic change infor- 
mation for the entities in a Statue is shown in the "User 
Notes" section of 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing 



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HOW TO USE THIS CENSUS REPORT 



Unit Counts report, for that State. The information for all 
States appears in the "User Notes" section of the 
technical documentation for Summary Tape Files 1 
and 3. 

• A plus sign "+" or a minus sign "-" following a figure 
denotes that the median falls in the initial or terminal 
category of an open-ended distribution. (For more infor- 
mation on medians, see the discussion under "Derived 
Measures" in appendix B.) 

• A minus sign "-" preceding a figure denotes decrease. 

The following geographic abbreviations are used in the 
tables and explanations of subjects covered in this report: 

• A "(pt.)" next to the name of a geographic area in a 
hierarchical presentation indicates that the geographic 
entity is only partially located in the superior geographic 
entity. For example, a "(pt.)" next to a place name in a 
county subdivision-place hierarchy indicates that the 
place is located in more than one county subdivision. 
(Places also may be "split" by county, congressional 
district, urban/rural, metropolitan area, voting district, 
and other geographic boundaries, depending on the 
presentation.) Other geographic entities also can be 
"split" by a higher-level entity. The exception is a 
tabulation block, which is unique within all geographic 
entities in census products. 

BG is block group. 

BNA is block numbering area. 

CDP is census designated place. 

CMSA is consolidated metropolitan statistical area. 

MA is metropolitan area. 

MSA is metropolitan statistical area. 

PMSA is primary metropolitan statistical area. 

TDSA is tribal designated statistical area. 

TJSA is tribal jurisdiction statistical area. 

unorg. is unorganized territory. 

VTD is voting district. 

Census tables often include derived measures such as 
medians, means, percents, and ratios. More detailed infor- 
mation about derived measures is provided in appendix B. 

CENSUS TRACT COMPARABILITY TABLES 

A listing of all the census tract reports in this series and 
information on changes in the boundaries of census tracts 
between 1 980 and 1 990 for the area covered in this report 
appear on page IV-1, directly before the statistical tables. 

The census tract comparability table shows the 1980 
components of 1990 census tracts and 1990 components 
of 1980 census tracts, as relevant, for: (1) 1980 census 
tracts that were split into two or more 1990 census tracts; 
(2) 1980 census tracts that were combined into new 1990 
census tracts; (3) 1980 census tracts in areas with new 



numbering systems for 1990; and (4) those census tracts 
with boundary changes between 1980 and 1990 that 
affected 2.5 percent or more of the population of the 
census tract. 

A census tract will not appear in the comparability tables 
if: (1) no change occurred between 1980 and 1990; 
(2) boundary revisions affected fewer than 2.5 percent of 
the persons and that was the only change that occurred to 
that census tract; (3) the area has block numbering areas 
for 1990; or (4) an area where census tracts were defined 
for the first time in 1990. 

USER NOTES 

User notes include corrections, errata, and related 
explanatory information. They present information about 
unique characteristics of the report and changes or cor- 
rections made too late to be reflected in the text or tables 
themselves. 

CONTENTS OF THE APPENDIXES 
Appendix A— Provides definitions of the types of geo- 
graphic areas and related information used in census 
reports. 

Appendix B— -Contains definitions for the subject-matter 
items used in census reports, including explanations of 
derived measures, limitations of the data, and comparabil- 
ity with previous censuses. The subjects are listed alpha- 
betically. In reports that contain both population and 
housing characteristics, the population characteristics are 
described first, followed by the explanations of the housing 
subjects. 

Appendix C— Provides information on confidentiality of 
the data, allocations and substitutions, and sources of 
errors in the data. 

Appendix D— Explains the residence rules used in count- 
ing the population and housing units, presents a brief 
overview of data collection operations, and describes 
processing procedures used to convert data from unedited 
questionnaires to final 1990 publications and tapes. This 
appendix also clarifies the procedures used to collect data 
for persons abroad at the time of the census, where per- 
sons on military bases or away at school were counted, 
how data were collected for persons in institutions, and 
which citizens of foreign countries were included in the 
U.S. data. 

Appendix E— Presents a facsimile of the 1990 census 
questionnaire pages and the respondent instructions used 
to collect the data in this report. 

Appendix F— Summarizes the 1990 census data products 
program by describing the information available in printed 
reports and in other sources, such as microfiche or com- 
puter tape; and provides information on where to obtain 
assistance. 

Appendix G— Contains maps depicting the geographic 
areas shown in this report. 



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TABLE FINDING GUIDE 



Subjects by Race Groups, Hispanic Origin, and White, Not of Hispanic Origin and Table Number 

[Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and race groups, Hispanic origin, and White, not of Hispanic origin are shown at the top. 
Tables 1 through 15 show 100-percent characteristics. Tables 16 through 45 show sample characteristics. For definitions and explanations of subject 
characteristics, see appendix B] 



Subject 



Total 



White 



Black 



American Indian, 
Eskimo, or Aleut 



Asian or 
Pacific Islander 



Hispanic origin 
(of any race) 



White, not of 
Hispanic origin 



POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS 

Age 

Ancestry 

Class of worker 

Disability 

Educational attainment 

Family type by presence of own children 

Fertility 

Hispanic origin 

Household type and relationship 

Income in 1 989 

Industry 

Journey to work 

Labor force status 

Language spoken at home and ability to 

speak English 

Marital status 

Means of transportation to work 

Occupation 

Place of birth 

Place of work 

Poverty status in 1 989 

Race 

Residence in 1 985 

School enrollment and type of school 

Sex 

Urban, rural, and farm residence (persons) . . . 

Work status in 1 989 

Workers in family in 1 989 

HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 

Bedrooms 

Condominium , 

Contract rent 

Gross rent 

House heating fuel 

Household income in 1 989 

Kitchen facilities 

Meals included in rent 

Mortgage status and selected monthly owner 

costs 

Persons in unit 

Persons per room 

Plumbing facilities 

Rooms 

Sewage disposal 

Source of water 

Telephone in unit 

Tenure 

Units in structure 

Vacancy characteristics 

Value 

Vehicles available 

Year householder moved into unit 

Year structure built 

LAND AREA 

... Not applicable for this report. 



1 
16 
18 
18 
17 

1 

17 

8, 16 

1 
19 
18 
17 
18 

17 

1 

17 

18 

17 

17 

19 

8 

17 

17 

1 

17 

18 

18 

32 
32 

9 
33 
32 
32 
32 

9 

33 

9 

9 

32 

9 

32 

32 

32 

9 

9 

9 

9 

32 

32 

32 

1 



20 

20 

2 

20 

2 
21 

20 
20 

20 
2 
20 
21 
20 
20 
21 

20 

20 

2 

20 



34 

10 
35 
34 
34 
34 
10 

35 
10 
10 
34 
10 
34 
34 
34 
10 
10 
10 
10 
34 
34 
34 



22 

22 

3 

22 

3 
23 

22 
22 

22 
3 
22 
23 
22 
22 
23 

22 

22 

3 

22 



36 

11 
37 
36 
36 
36 
11 

37 
11 
11 
36 
11 
36 
36 
36 
11 
11 
11 
11 
36 
36 
36 



24 

24 

4 

24 

4 
25 

24 
24 

24 
4 
24 
25 
24 
24 
25 

24 

24 

4 

24 



38 

12 

39 
38 
38 
38 
12 

39 
12 
12 
38 
12 
38 
38 
38 
12 
12 
12 
12 
38 
38 
38 



26 

26 

5 

26 

5 
27 

26 
26 

26 
5 
26 
27 
26 
26 
27 

26 
26 

5 

26 



40 

13 
41 
40 
40 
40 
13 

41 
13 
13 
40 
13 
40 
40 
40 
13 
13 
13 
13 
40 
40 
40 



28 

28 

6 

28 

6 
29 

28 
28 

28 
6 
28 
29 
28 
28 
29 

28 

28 

6 

28 



42 

14 
43 
42 
42 
42 
14 

43 
14 
14 
42 
14 
42 
42 
42 
14 
14 
14 
14 
42 
42 
42 



30 

30 

7 

30 

7 
31 

30 
30 

30 
7 
30 
31 
30 
30 
31 

30 

30 

7 

30 



44 

15 
45 
44 
44 
44 
15 

45 
15 
15 
44 
15 
44 
44 
44 
15 
15 
15 
15 
44 
44 
44 



TABLE FINDING GUIDE 



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USER NOTES 



Additional information concerning this 1990 census 
product may be available at a later date. If you wish to 
receive these User Notes, contact: 

Data User Services Division 
Customer Services 
Bureau of the Census 
Washington, DC 20233 
301-763-4100 

Questions concerning the content of this report may be 
directed to: 

Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division 
Bureau of the Census 
Washington, DC 20233 

Population Division 
Bureau of the Census 
Washington, DC 20233 

ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANA- 
TIONS OF DATA 



GENERAL 
User Note 1 

Age Reporting— Review of detailed 1990 information 
indicated that respondents tended to provide their age as 
of the date of completion of the questionnaire, not their 
age on April 1, 1990. In addition, there may have been a 
tendency for respondents to round up their age if they were 
close to having a birthday. It is likely that approximately 1 
percent of persons in most age groups are actually 1 year 
younger. For most single years of age, the misstatements 
are largely offsetting. The problem is most pronounced at 
age because persons lost to age 1 may not have been 
fully offset by the inclusion of babies born after April 1, 
1990, and because there may have been more rounding up 
to age 1 to avoid reporting age as years. (Age in 
completed months was not collected for infants under 
age 1 .) 

The reporting of age 1 year older than age on April 1 , 
1990, is likely to have been greater in areas where the 
census data were collected later in 1990. The magnitude 
of this problem was much less in the three previous 



censuses where age was typically derived from respond- 
ent data on year of birth and quarter of birth. (For more 
information on the design of the age question, see the 
discussion on comparability under "Age" in appendix B.) 

User Note 2 

The user should note that there are limitations to many 
of these data. Please refer to the text provided with this 
report for further explanations on the limitations of the 
data. 

User Note 3 

This report series (CPH-3) includes 100-percent and 
sample data for population and housing characteristics. 
Tables 1 through 8 present data on general population 
characteristics based on tabulations of 100-percent data 
and tables 9 through 1 5 show 1 00-percent housing data. 
Tables 16 through 31 show sample data on social and 
economic characteristics and tables 32 through 45 show 
sample housing data. 

User Note 4 

Persons or householders of Hispanic origin may be of 
any race. References indicating this information were 
inadvertently omitted from some tables in this report 
series. 

User Note 5 

Electrostatic-plotter copies of Census Tract/Block Num- 
bering Area (BNA) Outline Maps are no longer sold by the 
Census Bureau's Customer Services. Printed copies of 
maps are obtainable through the Superintendent of Docu- 
ments. The availability of selected products and informa- 
tion on certain services described in appendix F of this 
report series has changed. For current information about 
various report series; additional 1990 census data prod- 
ucts such as computer tapes, microfiche, and laser disks; 
reference materials; and sources of assistance, see appen- 
dix F in the 1 990 CP-2 or CH-2 report series. 

User Note 6 

The data shown in selected products for persons enu- 
merated in "visible in street locations" are incorrect and 
should not be used. Only the 100-percent data shown in 



USER NOTES 



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data products, such as Summary Tape Files (STF's) 1 and 
2 and in the 1 990 CP-1 , General Population Characteristics 
State reports should be used for persons enumerated at 
"visible in street locations." 

During "Shelter and Street Night Enumeration," all 
visible persons on the streets were asked only the basic 
1 00-percent population questions (age, sex, marital status, 
race, and Hispanic origin). 

During census processing of sample data, information 
from the long-form questionnaire was inadvertently assigned 
to a very small percentage of the visible in street popula- 
tion. 

User Note 7 

The estimated population totals for persons in group 
quarters, specifically by group quarters type, that are 
based on census sample tabulations may differ from 
comparable figures shown in 100-percent tabulations. Such 
differences result, in part, from sampling variability which 
occurs because information was obtained from a sample 
of the population rather than from all persons. Differences 
also occur because of nonsampling errors which affect the 
100-percent and sample data. Examples of nonsampling 
errors include respondent and enumerator errors, process- 
ing errors, and nonresponse. 

The 100-percent data are the official counts and should 
be used as the source for data on group quarters type 
when the primary focus is on counts of the population in 
group quarters, especially for small areas such as census 
tracts/BNA's or blocks. When the group quarters popula- 
tion is shown by characteristics covered only on a sample 
basis (for example, education, labor force status, income, 
etc.), the sample figures should be used within the context 
of the sampling variability associated with them. 

For more information on the limitations of 100-percent 
and sample data for persons in group quarters and the 
classification of group quarters type, see appendix B. 
Reasons for the differences between 100-percent and 
sample totals will be an important focus of post-census 
research and evaluation. 

User Note 8 

Estimated population and housing unit totals based on 
tabulations from only the sample questionnaires (sample 
tabulations) may differ from the official counts as tabulated 
from every census questionnaire (1 00-percent tabulations). 
Such differences result, in part, because the sample 
tabulations are based on information from a sample of 
households rather than from all households (sampling 
error). Differences also can occur because the interview 
situation (length of questionnaire, effect of the interviewer, 
etc.) and the processing rules differ between the 100- 
percent and sample tabulations. These types of differ- 
ences are referred to as nonsampling errors. (For more 
information on nonsampling error, see appendix C.) 



The 100-percent data are the official counts and should 
be used as the source of information on population and 
housing items collected on the 100-percent questionnaire, 
such as age, race, Hispanic origin, number of rooms, and 
tenure. This is especially appropriate when the primary 
focus is on counts of the population or housing units for 
small areas such as census tracts/BNA's, block groups, 
and for American Indian and Alaska Native areas. For 
estimates of counts of persons and housing units by 
characteristics asked only on a sample basis (such as 
education, labor force status, income, and source of 
water), the sample estimates should be used within the 
context of the error associated with them. 

Many users are interested in tabulations of items col- 
lected on the sample cross-classified by items collected on 
a 100-percent basis such as age, race, sex, Hispanic 
origin, and housing units by tenure. Given the way the 
weights were applied during sample tabulations, generally, 
there is exact agreement between sample estimates and 
1 00-percent counts for total population and total housing 
units for most geographic areas. At the State level and 
higher geographic levels, sample estimates and 100-percent 
counts for population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin 
and for housing units by tenure, number of rooms and so 
on would be reasonably similar and, in some cases, the 
same. 

At smaller geographic levels, including census tract/ 
BNA, there is still general agreement between 100-percent 
counts and sample estimates of total population or hous- 
ing units. At smaller geographic levels, however, there will 
be expected differences between sample estimates and 
1 00-percent counts for population by age, sex, race, and 
Hispanic origin and for housing units by tenure, number of 
rooms and so on. In these cases, users may want to 
consider using derived measures (such as means and 
medians) or percent distributions. Whether using absolute 
numbers or derived measures for small population groups 
and for a small number of housing units in small geo- 
graphic areas, users should be cautioned that the sampling 
error associated with these data may be large. 

Even though the differences between sample estimates 
and 100-percent counts for these categories are generally 
small, the differences for the American Indian, as well as 
the Hispanic origin populations, are relatively larger than 
for other groups. The following provides some explanation 
for these differences. 

State-level sample estimates of the number of Ameri- 
can Indians are generally higher than the corresponding 
1 00-percent counts. It appears the differences are prima- 
rily the result of proportionately higher reporting of "Cher- 
okee" tribe on sample questionnaires. This phenomenon 
occurs primarily in off-reservation areas. The reasons for 
the greater reporting of Cherokee on sample forms are not 
fully known at this time. The Census Bureau will do 
research to provide more information on this phenomenon. 

For the Hispanic origin population, sample estimates at 
the State level are generally lower than the corresponding 
100-percent counts. The majority of difference is caused 



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USER NOTES 



by the 100-percent and sample processing of the Hispanic 
question on the sample questionnaire when the respond- 
ent did not mark any response category. When processing 
the sample, we used written entries in race or Hispanic 
origin as well as responses to questions only asked on the 
sample, such as ancestry and place of birth. These proce- 
dures led to a lower proportion of persons being assigned 
as Hispanic in sample processing than were assigned 
during 100-percent processing. The Census Bureau will 
evaluate the effectiveness of the 100-percent and sample 
procedures. 

As in previous censuses, the Census Bureau will eval- 
uate the quality of the data and make this information 
available to data users. In the meanwhile, both 100- 
percent and sample data serve very important purposes 
and, therefore, should be used within the limitations of the 
sampling and nonsampling errors. 



White population and for the White, not of Hispanic origin 
population. Specifically, complementary thresholds are 
used to limit the presentation of characteristics for the 
White population when the population of races other than 
White is small and for the White, not of Hispanic origin 
population when the Hispanic origin population is small. 
For example, assume that the threshold and comple- 
mentary threshold are 400 in a table showing data by race 
and Hispanic origin for counties. The threshold of 400 
applies to each group, and in addition, the complementary 
threshold of 400 applies to White and to White, not of 
Hispanic origin. The following figure shows how the thresh- 
old and complementary threshold for race and Hispanic 
origin apply for a hypothetical county. (For simplicity, it is 
assumed that the "Other race" population of the county is 
zero because characteristics are not shown for the "Other 
race" population below the State level. 



User Note 9 

Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds— To show 
characteristics for a large number of racial and Hispanic 
groups and to avoid using a large number of pages to show 
characteristics for small population groups, population 
thresholds are used in some tables in selected reports. 
Also, complementary population thresholds are used in 
some tables to avoid showing largely repetitive data for the 



User Note 10 

Thresholds in CPH-3— For this report series, the thres- 
hold and complementary threshold of 400 persons used to 
present characteristics for racial and Hispanic origin groups 
are applied separately for 100-percent and sample data. 
Therefore, the geographic coverage may differ between 
tables showing 1 00-percent data and tables showing sam- 
ple data. 



Figure. Example of Threshold and Complementary Threshold 



Race and Hispanic origin 



Characteristics 
Population shown Reason 



All persons 
White 



14,700 
13,800 



Yes 
Yes 



Threshold does not apply to total population. 



Threshold and complementary threshold apply. 
There are 400 or more White persons, and there 
are 400 or more persons of races other than White. 



Black 



500 



Yes 



Threshold applies. There are 400 or more Black 
persons. 



American Indian, Eskimo, or 100 

Aleut 



No 



Threshold applies. There are fewer than 400 
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut persons. 



Asian or Pacific Islander 



300 



No 



Threshold applies. There are fewer than 400 Asian 
or Pacific Islander persons. 



Hispanic origin (or any race) 



300 



No 



Threshold applies. There are fewer than 400 
Hispanic persons. 



White, not of Hispanic origin 13,500 



No 



Threshold and complementary threshold apply. 
There are 400 or more White, not of Hispanic origin 
persons, but there are fewer than 400 Hispanic 
origin persons. 



USER NOTES 



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LIST OF CENSUS TRACT REPORTS 



Report No. 


y 


1 


United States 


2 


Alabama 


3 


Alaska 


4 


Arizona 


5 


Arkansas 


6 


California 


7 


Colorado 


8 


Connecticut 


9 


Delaware 


10 


Not Assigned 


11 


Florida 


12 


Georgia 


13 


Hawaii 


14 


Idaho 


15 


Illinois 


16 


Indiana 


17 


Iowa 


18 


Kansas 


19 


Kentucky 


20 


Louisiana 


21 


Maine 


22 


Maryland 


23 


Massachusetts 


24 


Michigan 


25 


Minnesota 


26 


Mississippi 


27 


Missouri 


28 


Montana 


29 


Nebraska 


30 


Nevada 


31 


New Hampshire 


32 


Not Assigned 


33 


New Mexico 


34 


New York 


35 


North Carolina 


36 


North Dakota 


37 


Ohio 


38 


Oklahoma 


39 


Oregon 


40 


Pennsylvania 


41 


Rhode Island 


42 


South Carolina 


43 


South Dakota 


44 


Tennessee 


45 


Texas 


46 


Utah 


47 


Vermont 


48 


Virginia 


49 


Washington 


50 


West Virginia 


51 


Wisconsin 


52 


Wyoming 


53 


Puerto Rico 


54 


Not Assigned 


55 . 


Virgin Islands 



Area 



port No. 


Area 


Report No. 


Area 


56 


Not Assigned 




Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY CMSA: 


57 


Not Assigned 


100A 


Buffalo, NY PMSA 


58 


Abilene, TX MSA 


100B 


Niagara Falls, NY PMSA 


59 


Aguadilla, PR MSA 






60 


Albany, GA MSA 


101 


Burlington, NC MSA 






102 


Burlington, VT MSA 


61 


Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY 


103 


Canton, OH MSA 




MSA 


104 


Casper, WY MSA 


62 


Albuquerque, NM MSA 


105 


Cedar Rapids, IA MSA 


63 


Alexandria, LA MSA 






64 


Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, 


106 


Champaign-Urbana-Rantoul, IL 




PA-NJ MSA 




MSA 


65 


Altoona, PA MSA 


107 


Charleston, SC MSA 






108 


Charleston, WV MSA 


66 


Amarillo, TX MSA 


109 


Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, 


67 


Anchorage, AK MSA 




NC-SC MSA 


68 


Anderson, IN MSA 


110 


Charlottesville, VA MSA 


69 


Anderson, SC MSA 


111 


Chattanooga, TN-GA MSA 


70 


Anniston, AL MSA 


112 


Cheyenne, WY MSA 


71 


Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah, Wl 




Chicago-Gary-Lake County, 




MSA 




IL-IN-WI CMSA: 


72 


Arecibo, PR MSA 


113A 


Aurora-Elgin, IL PMSA 


73 


Asheville, NC MSA 


113B 


Chicago, IL PMSA 


74 


Athens, GA MSA 


113C 


Gary-Hammond, IN PMSA 


75 


Atlanta, GA MSA 


113D 


Joliet, IL PMSA 






113E 


Kenosha, Wl PMSA 


76 


Atlantic City, NJ MSA 


113F 


Lake County, IL PMSA 


77 


Augusta, GA-SC MSA 






78 


Austin, TX MSA 


114 


Chico, CA MSA 


79 


Bakersfield, CA MSA 






80 


Baltimore, MD MSA 




Cincinnati-Hamilton, OH-KY-IN 
CMSA: 


81 


Bangor, ME MSA 


115A 


Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN PMSA 


82 


Baton Rouge, LA MSA 


115B 


Hamilton-Middletown, OH 


83 


Battle Creek, Ml MSA 




PMSA 


84 


Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX MSA 


116 


Clarksville-Hopkinsville, TN-KY 


85 


Bellingham, WA MSA 




MSA 


86 


Benton Harbor, Ml MSA 




Cleveland-Akron-Lorain, OH 


87 


Billings, MT MSA 




CMSA: 


88 


Biloxi-Gulfport, MS MSA 


117A 


Akron, OH PMSA 


89 


Binghamton, NY MSA 


117B 


Cleveland, OH PMSA 


90 


Birmingham, AL MSA 


117C 


Lorain-Elyria, OH PMSA 


91 


Bismarck, ND MSA 


118 


Colorado Springs, CO MSA 


92 


Bloomington, IN MSA 


119 


Columbia, MO MSA 


93 


Bloomington-Normal, IL MSA 


120 


Columbia, SC MSA 


94 


Boise City, ID MSA 


121 


Columbus, GA-AL MSA 






122 


Columbus, OH MSA 




Boston-Lawrence-Salem, 


123 


Corpus Christi, TX MSA 




MA-NH CMSA: 


124 


Cumberland, MD-WV MSA 


95A 


Boston, MA PMSA 






95B 


Brockton, MA PMSA 




Dallas-Fort Worth, TX CMSA: 


95C 


Lawrence-Haverhill, MA-NH 


125A 


Dallas, TX PMSA 




PMSA 


125B 


Fort Worth-Arlington, TX PMSA 


95D 


Lowell, MA-NH PMSA 






95E 


Nashua, NH PMSA 


126 


Danville, VA MSA 


95F 


Salem-Gloucester, MA PMSA 


127 


Davenport-Rock Island- 
Moline, IA-IL MSA 


96 


Bradenton, FL MSA 


128 


Dayton-Springfield, OH MSA 


97 


Bremerton, WA MSA 


129 


Daytona Beach, FL MSA 


98 


Brownsville-Harlingen, TX MSA 


130 


Decatur, AL MSA 


99 


Bryan-College Station, TX MSA 


131 


Decatur, IL MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



IV-1 



Report No. 



132A 
132B 

133 



134A 
134B 

135 
136 
137 
138 
139 

140 

141 
142 
143 
144 

145 
146 
147 
148 
149 

150 
151 
152 
153 
154 

155 
156 
157 
158 
159 

160 
161 
162 
163 
164 

165 
166 
167 
168 

169 

170 
171 



172A 
172B 
172C 
172D 

173 
174 
175 



176A 
176B 
176C 

177 
178 



Area 


Report No. 


Denver-Boulder, CO CMSA: 


179 


Boulder-Longmont, CO PMSA 


180 


Denver, CO PMSA 


181 


Des Moines, IA MSA 


182 




183 


Detroit-Ann Arbor, Ml CMSA: 


184 


Ann Arbor, Ml PMSA 


185 


Detroit, Ml PMSA 


186 


Dothan, AL MSA 


187 


Dubuque, IA MSA 


188 


Duluth, MN-WI MSA 




Eau Claire, Wl MSA 


189 


El Paso, TX MSA 


190 


Elkhart-Goshen, IN MSA 


191 


Elmira, NY MSA 


192 


Enid, OK MSA 


193 


Erie, PA MSA 


194 


Eugene-Springfield, OR MSA 


195 


Evansville, IN-KY MSA 


196 


Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN MSA 


197 


Fayetteville, NC MSA 


198 


Fayetteville-Springdale, AR MSA 


199 


Fitchburg-Leominster, MA MSA 


200 


Flint, Ml MSA 


201 


Florence, AL MSA 


202 


Florence, SC MSA 


203 


Fort Collins-Loveland, CO MSA 


204 


Fort Myers-Cape Coral, FL MSA 


205 


Fort Pierce, FL MSA 


206 


Fort Smith, AR-OK MSA 


207 


Fort Walton Beach, FL MSA 


208 


Fort Wayne, IN MSA 


209 


Fresno, CA MSA 


210 


Gadsden, AL MSA 


211 


Gainesville, FL MSA 


212 


Glens Falls, NY MSA 


213 



Grand Forks, ND MSA 
Grand Rapids, Ml MSA 

Great Falls, MT MSA 
Greeley, CO MSA 
Green Bay, Wl MSA 
Greensboro-Winston-Salem- 

High Point, NC MSA 
Greenville-Spartanburg, SC MSA 

Hagerstown, MD MSA 

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, PA 
MSA 

Hartford-New Britain- 
Middletown, CT CMSA: 

Bristol, CT PMSA 
Hartford, CT PMSA 
Middletown, CT PMSA 
New Britain, CT PMSA 

Hickory-Morganton, NC MSA 
Honolulu, HI MSA 
Houma-Thibodaux, LA MSA 

Houston-Galveston-Brazoria, 
TX CMSA: 

Brazoria, TX PMSA 
Galveston-Texas City, TX PMSA 
Houston, TX PMSA 

Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH 
MSA 

Huntsville, AL MSA 



214 



21 5A 
21 5B 

21 5C 
215D 

216 
217 
218 
219 
220 

221 
222 
223 
224 

225 
226 

227 
228 



229A 
229B 



Area 

Indianapolis, IN MSA 
Iowa City, IA MSA 
Jackson, Ml MSA 

Jackson, MS MSA 
Jackson, TN MSA 
Jacksonville, FL MSA 
Jacksonville, NC MSA 
Jamestown-Dunkirk, NY MSA 

Janesville-Beloit, Wl MSA 
Johnson City-Kingsport- 

Bristol, TN-VA MSA 
Johnstown, PA MSA 
Joplin, MO MSA 
Kalamazoo, Ml MSA 

Kankakee, IL MSA 
Kansas City, MO-KS MSA 
Killeen-Temple, TX MSA 
Knoxville, TN MSA 
Kokomo, IN MSA 

La Crosse, Wl MSA 
Lafayette, LA MSA 
Lafayette-West Lafayette, IN MSA 
Lake Charles, LA MSA 
Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL MSA 

Lancaster, PA MSA 
Lansing-East Lansing, Ml MSA 
Laredo, TX MSA 
Las Cruces, NM MSA 
Las Vegas, NV MSA 

Lawrence, KS MSA 
Lawton, OK MSA 
Lewiston-Auburn, ME MSA 
Lexington-Fayette, KY MSA 
Lima, OH MSA 

Lincoln, NE MSA 

Little Rock-North Little Rock, AR 

MSA 
Longview-Marshall, TX MSA 

Los Angeles-Anaheim- 
Riverside, CA CMSA: 

Anaheim-Santa Ana, CA PMSA 
Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA 

PMSA 
Oxnard-Ventura, CA PMSA 
Riverside-San Bernardino, CA 

PMSA 

Louisville, KY-IN MSA 
Lubbock, TX MSA 
Lynchburg, VA MSA 
Macon-Warner Robins, GA MSA 
Madison, Wl MSA 

Manchester, NH MSA 
Mansfield, OH MSA 
Mayagiiez, PR MSA 
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX 

MSA 
Medford, OR MSA 
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay, FL 

MSA 
Memphis, TN-AR-MS MSA 
Merced, CA MSA 

Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL 
CMSA: 

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood- 
Pompano Beach, FL PMSA 
Miami-Hialeah, FL PMSA 



Report No. Area 

230 Midland, TX MSA 

Milwaukee-Racine, Wl CMSA: 

231 A Milwaukee, Wl PMSA 

231 B Racine, Wl PMSA 

232 Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI MSA 

233 Mobile, AL MSA 

234 Modesto, CA MSA 

235 Monroe, LA MSA 

236 Montgomery, AL MSA 

237 Muncie, IN MSA 

238 Muskegon, Ml MSA 

239 Naples, FL MSA 

240 Nashville, TN MSA 

241 New Bedford, MA MSA 

242 New Haven-Meriden, CT MSA 

243 New London-Norwich, CT-RI MSA 

244 New Orleans, LA MSA 

New York-Northern New 
Jersey-Long Island, 
NY-NJ-CT CMSA: 

245A Bergen-Passaic, NJ PMSA 

245B Bridgeport-Milford, CT PMSA 

245C Danbury, CT PMSA 

245D Jersey City, NJ PMSA 

245E Middlesex-Somerset- 

Hunterdon, NJ PMSA 
245F Monmouth-Ocean, NJ PMSA 

245G Nassau-Suffolk, NY PMSA 

245H New York, NY PMSA 

245I Newark, NJ PMSA 

245J Norwalk, CT PMSA 

245K Orange County, NY PMSA 

245L Stamford, CT PMSA 

246 Norfolk-Virginia Beach- 

Newport News, VA MSA 

247 Ocala, FL MSA 

248 Odessa, TX MSA 

249 Oklahoma City, OK MSA 

250 Olympia, WA MSA 

251 Omaha, NE-IA MSA 

252 Orlando, FL MSA 

253 Owensboro, KY MSA 

254 Panama City, FL MSA 

255 Parkersburg-Marietta, WV-OH 

MSA 

256 Pascagoula, MS MSA 

257 Pensacola, FL MSA 

258 Peoria, IL MSA 

Philadelphia-Wilmington- 
Trenton, PA-NJ-DE-MD CMSA: 

259A Philadelphia, PA-NJ PMSA 

259B Trenton, NJ PMSA 

259C Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, NJ 

PMSA 
259D Wilmington, DE-NJ-MD PMSA 

260 Phoenix, AZ MSA 

261 Pine Bluff, AR MSA 

Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA 
CMSA: 

262A Beaver County, PA PMSA 

262B Pittsburgh, PA PMSA 

263 Pittsfield, MA MSA 

264 Ponce, PR MSA 

265 Portland, ME MSA 



IV-2 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



■^H 






Report No. 


Area 


Report No. 




Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA 


292 




CMSA: 


293 


266A 


Portland, OR PMSA 




266B 


Vancouver, WA PMSA 




267 


Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester, 


294A 




NH-ME MSA 


294B 


268 


Poughkeepsie, NY MSA 


294C 
294D 




Providence-Pawtucket-Fall 


294E 



River, RI-MA CMSA: 

269A Fall River, MA-RI PMSA 

269B Pawtucket-Woonsocket- 

Attleboro, RI-MA PMSA 
269C Providence, Rl PMSA 

270 Provo-Orem, UT MSA 

271 Pueblo, CO MSA 

272 Raleigh-Durham, NC MSA 

273 Rapid City, SD MSA 

274 Reading, PA MSA 

275 Redding, CA MSA 

276 Reno, NV MSA 

277 Richland-Kennewick-Pasco, WA 

MSA 

278 Richmond-Petersburg, VA MSA 

279 Roanoke, VA MSA 

280 Rochester, MN MSA 

281 Rochester, NY MSA 

282 Rockford, IL MSA 

283 Sacramento, CA MSA 

284 Saginaw-Bay City-Midland, Ml 

MSA 

285 St. Cloud, MN MSA 

286 St. Joseph, MO MSA 

287 St. Louis, MO-IL MSA 

288 Salem, OR MSA 

289 Salinas-Seaside-Monterey, CA 

MSA 

290 Salt Lake City-Ogden, UT MSA 

291 San Angelo, TX MSA 



294F 



295A 
295B 

296 

297 
298 
299 
300 



301 A 
301 B 

302 
303 
304 
305 
306 

307 
308 
309 
310 
311 

312 
313 
314 



Area 

San Antonio, TX MSA 
San Diego, CA MSA 

San Francisco-Oakland-San 
Jose, CA CMSA: 

Oakland, CA PMSA 
San Francisco, CA PMSA 
San Jose, CA PMSA 
Santa Cruz, CA PMSA 
Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA 

PMSA 
Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa, CA 

PMSA 

San Juan-Caguas, PR CMSA: 

Caguas, PR PMSA 
San Juan, PR PMSA 

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria- 

Lompoc, CA MSA 
Santa Fe, NM MSA 
Sarasota, FL MSA 
Savannah, GA MSA 
Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, PA MSA 

Seattle-Tacoma, WA CMSA: 

Seattle, WA PMSA 
Tacoma, WA PMSA 

Sharon, PA MSA 
Sheboygan, Wl MSA 
Sherman-Denison, TX MSA 
Shreveport, LA MSA 
Sioux City, IA-NE MSA 

Sioux Falls, SD MSA 
South Bend-Mishawaka, IN MSA 
Spokane, WA MSA 
Springfield, IL MSA 
Springfield, MO MSA 

Springfield, MA MSA 
State College, PA MSA 
Steubenville-Weirton, OH-WV 
MSA 



Report No. Area 

315 Stockton, CA MSA 

316 Syracuse, NY MSA 

317 Tallahassee, FL MSA 



318 Tampa-St. Petersburg- 

Clearwater, FL MSA 

319 Terre Haute, IN MSA 

320 Texarkana, TX-Texarkana, AR 

MSA 

321 Toledo, OH MSA 



322 


Topeka, KS MSA 


323 


Tucson, AZ MSA 


324 


Tulsa, OK MSA 


325 


Tuscaloosa, AL MSA 


326 


Tyler, TX MSA 


327 


Utica-Rome, NY MSA 


328 


Victoria, TX MSA 


329 


Visalia-Tulare-Porterville, CA 




MSA 


330 


Waco, TX MSA 


331 


Washington, DC-MD-VA MSA 


332 


Waterbury, CT MSA 


333 


Waterloo-Cedar Falls, IA MSA 


334 


Wausau, Wl MSA 


335 


West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 




Delray Beach, FL MSA 


336 


Wheeling, WV-OH MSA 


337 


Wichita, KS MSA 


338 


Wichita Falls, TX MSA 


339 


Williamsport, PA MSA 


340 


Wilmington, NC MSA 


341 


Worcester, MA MSA 


342 


Yakima, WA MSA 


343 


York, PA MSA 


344 


Youngstown-Warren, OH 




MSA 


345 


Yuba City, CA MSA 


346 


Yuma, AZ MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



IV-3 



Table A. Census Tract Comparability: 1990 to 1980 

[Tables list selected census tracts for which boundaries or identification changed between 1980 and 1990. See text "How to Use This Census Report" for further explanation] 

1990 tract 1980 tract 

CALUMET COUNTY, Wl 

202 202 (pt.) 

205 202 (pt.) 

205 

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY, Wl 

106.01 106 (pt.) 

106.02 106 (pt.) 

111.01 Ill (pt.) 

1 1 1 .02 1 1 1 (pt.) 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY, Wl 

26.01 26 (pt.) 

26.02 26 (pt.) 

28.98 28 

30.98 30 

31.98 31 

37.01 37 (pt.) 

37.02 37 (pt.) 



IV-4 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table B. Census Tract Comparability: 1980 to 1990 

[Tables list selected census tracts for which boundaries or identification changed between 1980 and 1990. See text "How to Use This Census Report" for further explanation] 
1980 tract 1990 tract 

CALUMET COUNTY, Wl 

202 202 

205 (pt.) 
205 205 (pt.) 

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY. Wl 

106 106.01 

106.02 
111 111.01 

1 1 1 .02 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY. Wl 

26 26.01 

26.02 

28 28.98 

30 30.98 

31 31.98 

37 37.01 

37.02 






CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA IV-5 



Table l. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990 

[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 









Census Tract or Block Numbering 


Appleton-Osh- 


Calumet County 


Outagamie County 


Winnebago County 


Area 




















kosh-Neenah, 




Appleton city 


Menasha city 




Appleton city 






Appleton city 


Menasha city 




Wl MSA 


Total 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Total 


(pt.) 


Kaukauna city 


Total 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


UNO AREA 






















Square kilometers 


3 623 1 


828 5 


5 6 


8 


1 658 6 


37 9 


12 2 


1 136 1 


.9 


11.1 


Square miles 


1 398 9 


319 9 


2 2 


3 


640 4 


14 6 


4 7 


438 6 


.3 


4.3 


AGE 


315 121 


34 291 


9 075 


73 


140 510 


56 177 


11 982 


140 320 


443 


14 638 




24 107 


2 837 


922 


4 


11 455 


4 415 


1 017 


9 815 


16 


1 155 




24 860 


3 148 


1 015 


4 


11 652 


4 370 


1 062 


10 060 


15 


1 130 




22 761 


2 921 


833 


6 


10 905 


3 874 


961 


8 935 


8 


1 023 


15 to 19 years 


22 369 


2 453 


575 


4 


9 818 


3 803 


731 


10 098 


11 


860 


20 to 24 years 


24 782 


1 992 


525 


4 


10 036 


4 148 


772 


12 754 


57 


1 119 


25 to 34 years 


56 310 


6 141 


2 008 


19 


25 586 


10 345 


2 144 


24 583 


97 


2 924 


35 to 44 years 


46 826 


5 119 


1 553 


10 


21 148 


8 468 


1 682 


20 559 


23 


2 098 


45 to 54 years 


30 597 


3 216 


722 


8 


13 565 


5 201 


1 018 


13 816 


24 


1 245 


55 to 64 years 


25 059 


2 692 


488 


10 


10 690 


4 348 


925 


11 677 


9 


1 158 


65 to 74 years 


20 469 


2 158 


298 


4 


8 594 


3 783 


884 


9 717 


33 


1 067 


75 to 84 years 


12 666 


1 210 


116 


_ 


5 308 


2 514 


566 


6 148 


100 


654 


85 years and over 


4 315 


404 


20 




1 753 


908 


220 


2 158 


50 


205 


3 and 4 years 


9 925 


1 173 


377 


3 


4 688 


1 745 


451 


4 064 


7 


464 




238 964 


24 834 


6 166 


59 


104 378 


42 741 


8 766 


109 752 


404 


11 124 




230 911 


23 798 


5 916 


56 


100 590 


41 392 


8 467 


106 523 


398 


10 791 


21 years and over 


215 725 


22 524 


5 627 


53 


94 747 


38 841 


8 065 


98 454 


384 


10 279 




49 897 


5 107 


672 


9 


20 992 


9 407 


2 145 


23 798 


187 


2 536 




44 741 


4 548 


563 


8 


18 787 


8 531 


1 932 


21 406 


184 


2 287 


Median 


31.8 


31.3 


29.0 


33.8 


31.4 


32.2 


31.5 


32.5 


43.1 


31.7 




159 977 


17 228 


4 643 


30 


71 128 


29 128 


6 232 


71 621 


265 


7 578 




11 731 


1 389 


474 


3 


5 600 


2 209 


523 


4 742 


8 


564 




12 263 


1 608 


522 


2 


5 728 


2 140 


521 


4 927 


4 


554 




10 939 


1 386 


377 


2 


5 231 


1 857 


451 


4 322 


6 


498 


15 to 19 years 


11 088 


1 174 


279 


3 


4 751 


1 842 


374 


5 163 


9 


418 


20 to 24 years 


12 481 


1 014 


305 


_ 


5 072 


2 150 


394 


6 395 


36 


609 


25 to 34 years 


27 835 


3 046 


1 040 


6 


12 695 


5 185 


1 079 


12 094 


45 


1 459 




23 107 


2 532 


801 


3 


10 483 


4 319 


816 


10 092 


10 


1 052 




15 295 


1 576 


356 


5 


6 788 


2 653 


521 


6 931 


15 


630 




12 818 


1 350 


241 


5 


5 455 


2 301 


485 


6 013 


3 


599 


65 to 74 years 


11 450 


1 173 


166 


1 


4 801 


2 180 


528 


5 476 


23 


642 


75 to 84 years 


7 809 


704 


69 


_ 


3 240 


1 595 


366 


3 865 


67 


416 


85 years and over 


3 161 

4 793 


276 
586 


13 
186 


3 


1 284 

2 233 


697 
854 


174 
232 


1 601 
1 974 


39 

4 


137 


3 and 4 years 


220 


16 years and over 


122 925 
119 009 
111 239 
28 791 
26 157 
32.7 


12 584 
12 079 
11 466 
2 787 
2 530 
31.8 


3 202 

3 091 

2 932 

355 

311 

28.9 


23 

21 

20 

3 

3 

34.5 


53 563 
51 725 
48 846 
12 042 
10 906 
32.2 


22 559 

21 919 

20 628 

5 625 

5 157 

33.3 


4 651 
4 492 
4 289 
1 323 
1 208 
32.7 


56 778 
55 205 
50 927 
13 962 
12 721 
33.4 


247 
243 
234 

131 
129 
54.5 


5 861 


18 years and over 


5 702 


21 years and over 


5 443 


60 years and over 


1 515 


62 years and over 


1 385 




32.7 


Male 


155 144 


17 063 


4 432 


43 


69 382 


27 049 


5 750 


68 699 


178 


7 060 


Median age 


31.0 


30.8 


29.0 


32.5 


30.6 


31.1 


30.5 


31.6 


32.5 


30.8 


HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 






















All persons 


315 121 


34 291 


9 075 


73 


140 510 


56 177 


11 982 


140 320 


443 


14 638 


In households 


305 860 
115 515 


34 Oil 
11 772 


9 075 
3 080 


73 
24 


137 862 
50 527 


54 332 
21 467 


11 833 
4 365 


133 987 
53 216 


443 
271 


14 625 




5 956 


Family householder 


82 793 
32 722 
26 241 
71 029 


9 269 
2 503 
2 093 
8 163 


2 481 
599 
444 

2 103 


23 

1 

1 

17 


37 232 
13 295 
10 797 
32 212 


14 675 
6 792 
5 576 

12 363 


3 161 
1 204 

1 023 

2 646 


36 292 
16 924 
13 351 
30 654 


102 
169 
145 
87 


3 912 


Nonfamily householder 


2 044 


Living alone 


1 706 




3 112 


Child 


101 871 


12 732 


3 517 


27 


48 261 


17 424 


4 265 


40 878 


54 


4 635 


Other relatives 


5 539 
11 906 


544 
800 


116 
259 


5 


2 416 
4 446 


964 
2 114 


202 
355 


2 579 
6 660 


5 
26 


291 




631 


Institutionalized persons 


4 184 


276 


_ 


- 


1 469 


708 


132 


2 439 


- 


13 


Other persons in group quarters 


5 077 


4 


_ 


_ 


1 179 


1 137 


17 


3 894 


- 


- 


Persons per household 


2.65 


2.89 


2.95 


3.04 


2.73 


2.53 


2.71 


2.52 


1.63 


2.46 


Persons per family 


3.16 


3.31 


3.31 


3.13 


3.23 


3.10 


3.25 


3.04 


2.43 


3.05 


Persons 65 yeors and over 


37 450 


3 772 


434 


4 


15 655 


7 205 


1 670 


18 023 


183 


1 926 


In households 


34 920 
24 065 


3 524 
2 363 


434 
274 


4 
4 


14 555 
9 948 


6 651 
4 652 


1 542 
1 087 


16 841 
11 754 


183 
143 


1 914 


Householder 


1 368 


Nonfamily householder 


11 252 
10 997 
9 091 


1 015 

1 002 

950 


104 
101 
128 


- 


4 429 
4 333 
3 907 


2 272 
2 229 
1 709 


534 
523 
382 


5 808 
5 662 
4 234 


102 
101 
37 


735 


Living alone 


709 




438 


Other relatives 


1 432 
332 


168 
43 


28 
4 


- 


589 
111 


233 
57 


58 

15 


675 
178 


2 

1 


76 




32 




2 416 


248 


- 


- 


1 080 


546 


128 


1 088 


- 


12 


Other persons in group quarters 


114 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


8 


— 


94 


— 


— 


FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 
























82 793 


9 269 


2 481 


23 


37 232 


14 675 


3 161 


36 292 


102 


3 912 


With own children under 18 years 


41 814 


5 038 


1 594 


8 


19 459 


7 426 


1 664 


17 317 


27 


1 988 


Number of own children under 18 years 


81 232 


10 205 


3 093 


15 


38 656 


14 273 


3 399 


32 371 


45 


3 689 


Married-couple families 


71 029 

34 891 


8 163 

4 395 


2 103 

1 312 


17 

7 


32 212 

16 518 


12 363 

6 030 


2 646 

1 363 


30 654 

13 978 


87 

17 


3 112 


With own children under 18 years 


1 496 


Number of own children under 18 years 


70 007 


9 199 


2 671 


13 


33 812 


12 066 


2 885 


26 996 


31 


2 903 


Female householder, no husband present 


8 847 


786 


305 


2 


3 746 


1 825 


376 


4 315 


9 


620 


With own children under 18 years 


5 535 


504 


237 


1 


2 321 


1 154 


237 


2 710 


6 


405 


Number of own children under 18 years 


9 101 


794 


356 


2 


3 884 


1 855 


402 


4 423 


9 


656 


MARITAL STATUS 






















Males 15 years and over 


118 349 


12 540 


3 035 


36 


51 929 


20 596 


4 205 


53 880 


157 


5 368 


Never married 


34 580 
72 645 

1 116 

2 547 


3 369 

8 287 

77 

270 


698 

2 115 

19 

39 


17 
17 

2 


14 500 

32 849 

439 

1 007 


5 935 

12 644 

184 

435 


1 108 

2 701 

41 
97 


16 711 

31 509 

600 

1 270 


42 

88 

2 

15 


1 537 


Now married, except separated _ 


3 165 




73 


Widowed 


135 


Divorced 


7 461 


537 


164 


- 


3 134 


1 398 


258 


3 790 


10 


458 


Females 15 years and over 


125 044 


12 845 


3 270 


23 


54 569 


22 922 


4 737 


57 630 


247 


5 962 


Never married 


28 817 

72 445 

1 360 


2 491 

8 287 

126 


627 
2 128 

51 


4 

17 


11 966 

32 792 

510 


5 376 

12 636 

257 


1 023 

2 704 

50 


14 360 

31 366 

724 


53 

93 

5 


1 317 


Now married, except separated 


3 186 


Separated 


105 


Widowed 


12 986 


1 229 


149 


1 


5 376 


2 613 


641 


6 381 


78 


730 


Divorced 


9 436 


712 


315 


1 


3 925 


2 040 


319 


4 799 


18 


624 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 1 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 


Winnebago County— Con. 


Totals for split tracts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 


Appleton city (pt.), 
County 


Calumet 


Menasho city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 


Remainder of Calumet County 


Area 










Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 






Tract 203.01 




Neenah city 


Oshkosh city 


Tract 203.01 


Tract 203.02 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Tract 203.02 (pt.) 


Tract 201 


Tract 202 


(pt.) 


LAND AREA 
























19.2 
7.4 


46.5 

17.9 


4.5 
1.7 


100.3 
38.7 


4.0 
1.6 


1.5 
.6 


.8 
.3 


92.9 
35.9 


253.1 
97.7 


.4 


Square miles 


.2 


AGE 






















All persons 


23 219 


55 006 


7 592 


5 588 


7 586 


1 489 


73 


4 140 


4 213 


6 


Under 5 years 


1 855 


3 579 


735 


503 


733 


189 


4 


332 


368 


2 


5 to 9 years 


1 941 


3 421 


820 


539 


820 


195 


4 


354 


351 


- 


10 to 14 years 


1 724 


2 843 


681 


468 


681 


152 


6 


334 


395 


- 


15 to 19 years. 


1 431 


4 809 


501 


346 


501 


74 


4 


311 


349 


- 


20 to 24 years 


1 421 


7 501 


485 


274 


485 


40 


4 


276 


274 


- 


25 to 34 years 


4 368 


9 389 


1 706 


1 057 


1 702 


306 


19 


682 


713 


4 


35 to 44 years 


3 481 


7 074 


1 205 


979 


1 205 


348 


10 


590 


552 


- 


45 to 54 years 


2 265 


4 447 


605 


580 


605 


117 


8 


406 


426 


- 


55 to 64 years 


1 898 


4 189 


446 


438 


446 


42 


10 


327 


348 


- 


65 to 74 years 


1 530 


3 910 


278 


279 


278 


20 


4 


301 


248 


- 


75 to 84 years. 


959 


2 802 


110 


98 


no 


6 


- 


174 


162 


- 


85 years and over 


346 


1 042 


20 


27 


20 


- 


- 


53 


27 


~~ 


3 and 4 years 


787 


1 444 


300 


207 


299 


78 


3 


143 


147 


1 


16 years and over 


17 391 


44 591 


5 240 


3 987 


5 236 


930 


59 


3 047 


3 010 


4 


18 years and over 


16 835 


43 477 


5 025 


3 844 


5 021 


895 


56 


2 918 


2 868 


4 


21 years and over 


16 010 


38 371 


4 762 


3 667 


4 758 


869 


53 


2 738 


2 705 


4 


60 years and over 


3 772 


9 910 


624 


610 


624 


48 


9 


695 


600 


- 


62 years and over 


3 390 


9 046 


528 


514 


528 


35 


8 


612 


539 


- 


Median 


32.4 


30.4 


28.8 


31.7 


28.8 


29.9 


33.8 


32.1 


30.1 


25.5 


Female 


11 905 


28 751 


3 892 


2 737 


3 888 


755 


30 


2 092 


2 075 


4 


Under 5 years 


909 


1 736 


383 


239 


381 


93 


3 


166 


168 


2 


5 to 9 years __ 


929 


1 689 


416 


265 


416 


106 


2 


176 


186 


- 


10 to 14 years 


810 


1 404 


301 


249 


301 


76 


2 


159 


189 


- 


15 to 19 years 


695 


2 646 


249 


145 


249 


30 


3 


153 


169 


- 


20 to 24 years 


709 


3 800 


277 


143 


277 


28 


- 


152 


139 


- 


25 to 34 years 


2 235 


4 585 


880 


534 


878 


162 


6 


336 


339 


2 


35 to 44 years 


1 733 


3 449 


627 


465 


627 


174 


3 


286 


266 


- 


45 to 54 years 


1 166 


2 278 


305 


279 


305 


51 


5 


202 


212 


- 




989 


2 236 


222 


205 


222 


19 


5 


159 


168 


- 


65 to 74 years 


854 


2 293 


154 


140 


154 


12 


1 


155 


139 


- 


75 to 84 years 


619 


1 844 


65 


56 


65 


4 


- 


117 


82 


- 


85 years and over 


257 


791 


13 


17 


13 


- 


- 


31 


18 


_ 


3 and 4 years 


404 


696 


145 


100 


144 


42 


3 


80 


75 


1 


16 years and over 


9 117 
8 839 


23 627 
23 077 


2 732 
2 634 


1 948 
1 884 


2 730 
2 632 


472 
459 


23 
21 


1 558 
1 486 


1 483 
1 420 


2 


18 years and over 


2 


21 years and over 


8 426 
2 229 
2 027 


20 212 
6 099 
5 651 


2 490 
331 
293 


1 808 
296 
257 


2 488 
331 
293 


444 
24 
18 


20 
3 
3 


1 399 
387 
349 


1 338 
311 
282 


2 


60 years and over 


- 


62 years and over 


- 


Median 


33.6 
11 314 


31.5 
26 255 


28.8 
3 700 


31.6 
2 851 


28.8 
3 698 


29.6 
734 


34.5 
43 


32.4 
2 048 


30.7 
2 138 


15.0 


Male - 


2 


Median age 


31.4 


29.4 


28.7 


31.9 


28.7 


30.1 


32.5 


31.7 


29.7 


28.5 


HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 
























23 219 


55 006 


7 592 


5 588 


7 586 


1 489 


73 


4 140 


4 213 


6 


In households 


23 066 
9 024 


50 078 
20 957 


7 592 
2 627 


5 588 
1 839 


7 586 
2 625 


1 489 
455 


73 
24 


4 140 
1 460 


4 202 
1 371 


6 


Householder 


2 


Family householder 


6 320 


12 738 


2 083 


1 559 


2 081 


400 


23 


1 124 


1 098 


2 


Nonfamily householder 


2 704 


8 219 


544 


280 


544 


55 


1 


336 


273 


- 


Living alone 


2 257 


6 223 


394 


231 


394 


50 


1 


296 


231 


- 




5 271 
7 576 


10 325 
13 916 


1 727 

2 882 


1 448 

2 136 


1 725 

2 880 


378 
637 


17 
27 


1 005 
1 517 


972 

1 678 


2 


Child 


2 


Other relatives 


379 
816 


1 064 
3 816 


105 
251 


76 
89 


105 
251 


11 
8 


5 


70 
88 


92 
89 


- 


Nonrelatives 


- 


Institutionalized persons 


153 


1 141 
3 787 










- 


- 


11 


- 


Other persons in group quarters 


- 


Persons per household 


2.56 


2.39 


2.89 


3.04 


2.89 


3.27 


3.04 


2.84 


3.06 


3.00 


Persons per family 


3.09 


2.99 


3.26 


3.35 


3.26 


3.57 


3.13 


3.31 


3.50 


3.00 


Persons 65 years and over 


2 835 


7 754 


408 


404 


408 


26 


4 


528 


437 


- 


In households 


2 687 


7 209 


408 


404 


408 


26 


4 


528 


428 


- 


Householder 


1 897 


5 177 


256 


251 


256 


18 


4 


367 


278 


- 


Nonfamily householder 


963 


2 805 


95 


85 


95 


9 


_ 


175 


117 


- 


Living alone 


943 


2 743 


92 


83 


92 


9 


_ 


174 


116 


- 


Spouse 


671 


1 678 


121 


125 


121 


7 


_ 


136 


117 


- 


Other relatives 


93 


287 


27 


20 


27 


1 


_ 


17 


30 


- 


Nonrelatives 


26 


67 


4 


8 


4 


_ 


_ 


8 


3 


- 


Institutionalized persons 


148 


528 








_ 


_ 


- 


9 


- 


Other persons in group quarters 


_ 


17 










_ 


_ 


- 


— 


FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 






















Families 


6 320 


12 738 


2 083 


1 559 


2 081 


400 


23 


1 124 


1 098 


2 


With own children under 18 years 


3 250 


5 987 


1 304 


862 


1 303 


291 


8 


587 


593 


1 


Number of own children under 1 8 years . 


6 162 


10 986 


2 502 


1 713 


2 500 


593 


15 


1 186 


1 293 


2 


Married-couple families 


5 271 


10 325 


1 727 


1 448 


1 725 


378 


17 


1 005 


972 


2 


With own children under 18 years 


2 580 


4 526 


1 039 


807 


1 038 


274 


7 


521 


536 


1 


Number of own children under 1 8 years 


5 062 


8 673 


2 108 


1 632 


2 106 


565 


13 


1 082 


1 186 


2 


Female householder, no husband present ... 


808 


1 935 


288 


71 


288 


17 


2 


78 


72 


- 


With own children under 18 years 


554 


1 221 


224 


41 


224 


13 


1 


48 


38 


- 


Number of own children under 18 years .. 


921 


1 946 


334 


62 


334 


22 


2 


79 


67 


- 


MARITAL STATUS 






















Males 15 years and over 


8 442 


21 241 


2 564 

619 


2 094 

510 


2 562 

619 


473 

79 


36 

17 


1 529 

406 


1 567 


2 


Never married 


2 202 


8 222 


474 




Now married, except separated 


5 360 


10 736 


1 739 


1 461 


1 737 


378 


17 


1 019 


991 


2 


Separated 


102 


231 


17 


8 


17 


2 




11 


12 


_ 


Widowed 


201 
577 

9 257 


547 

1 505 

23 922 


38 
151 

2 792 


30 
85 

1 984 

332 

1 465 
10 
91 
86 


38 
151 

2 790 

573 
1 747 
46 
138 
286 




2 


39 
54 

1 591 

337 

1 016 

9 

176 

53 


30 
60 

1 532 




Divorced 


13 

480 

54 

381 

5 

11 

29 




Females 15 years and over 


23 

4 
17 


2 


Never married 


1 866 
5 358 


7 908 
10 628 


573 

1 749 

46 

138 

286 


329 

987 

8 

148 

60 




Now married, except separated 


2 


Separated 


132 


306 
2 968 
2 112 




Widowed 


995 






Divorced 


906 


1 


_ 



2 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BIOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 






(pt.) 


Tract 204 


Tract 205 


98.0 


190.9 


97.2 


37.8 


73.7 


37.5 


4 026 


3 305 


4 329 


310 


250 


316 


340 


299 


389 


310 


288 


335 


268 


264 


297 


230 


157 


243 


732 


519 


689 


621 


500 


560 


455 


306 


345 


386 


304 


370 


255 


271 


386 


92 


124 


285 


27 


23 


114 


126 


108 


129 


2 998 


2 417 


3 228 


2 893 


2 287 


3 113 


2 745 


2 176 


2 946 


553 


577 


988 


471 


516 


909 


32.8 


32.7 


33.3 


1 952 


1 568 


2 263 


143 


113 


154 


157 


151 


208 


171 


135 


145 


112 


121 


156 


115 


61 


111 


366 


242 


341 


288 


235 


283 


223 


148 


167 


181 


158 


204 


127 


131 


232 


52 


59 


176 


17 


14 


86 


55 


53 


63 


1 453 


1 149 


1 726 


1 404 


1 087 


1 659 


1 344 


1 040 


1 576 


269 


287 


602 


236 


251 


559 


32.8 


34.0 


35.5 


2 074 


1 737 


2 066 


32.7 


32.1 


31.3 


4 026 


3 305 


4 329 


4 026 


3 305 


4 217 


1 360 


1 111 


1 568 


1 136 


894 


1 120 


224 


217 


448 


180 


189 


401 


1 053 


825 


981 


1 472 


1 256 


1 493 


60 


57 


72 


81 


56 


103 


- 


- 


112 


2.96 


2.97 


2.69 


3.28 


3.39 


3.27 


374 


418 


785 


374 


418 


692 


229 


282 


500 


76 


101 


266 


74 


100 


263 


118 


115 


159 


19 


17 


29 


8 


4 


4 


- 


- 


93 



Tract 206 Tract 207.98 Tract 208.98 Tract 209.98 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 


Tract 106.02 


2.9 


2.7 


1.1 


1.0 


3 873 


4 372 


301 


354 


307 


415 


264 


426 


273 


334 


275 


209 


743 


742 


616 


863 


408 


486 


285 


289 


227 


149 


118 


85 


56 


20 


111 


136 


2 941 


3 094 


2 822 


2 950 


2 687 


2 799 


535 


390 


486 


335 


31.8 


31.5 


2 038 


2 T85 


150 


179 


142 


197 


138 


200 


141 


156 


156 


110 


374 


376 


325 


436 


215 


239 


152 


146 


129 


77 


74 


52 


42 


17 


53 


71 


1 574 


1 566 


1 517 


1 503 


1 444 


1 430 


316 


213 


292 


182 


32.7 


31.8 


1 835 


2 187 


31.1 


31.1 


3 873 


4 372 


3 779 


4 352 


1 455 


1 427 


1 040 


1 205 


415 


222 


337 


181 


878 


1 107 


1 253 


1 689 


57 


60 


136 


69 


94 


20 


2.60 


3.05 


3.10 


3.37 


401 


254 


315 


236 


222 


155 


104 


65 


104 


64 


83 


64 


8 


15 


2 


2 


86 


18 



Tract 109 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



1 136 

563 

1 105 

1 053 

526 

1 054 

52 

27 

38 



1 585 

414 

1 066 

6 

27 

72 

1 481 

274 

1 067 
5 

79 
56 



894 

447 

989 

825 

423 

951 

41 

17 

28 



1 299 

383 

835 

7 

37 

37 

1 169 

188 

831 

12 

98 

40 



1 120 

561 

1 185 

981 

491 

1 073 

103 

53 

86 



1 533 

410 

1 011 

9 

43 

60 

1 756 

341 
1 009 

20 
307 

79 



89.6 
34.6 



5 124 

333 
396 
420 
385 
283 
775 
733 
548 
459 
395 
257 
140 

139 
3 905 
3 743 
3 530 

1 013 
930 

34.6 

2 601 

166 
206 
208 
181 
131 
374 
370 
263 
234 
222 
149 
97 

70 
1 988 
1 909 

1 815 
573 
539 

35.8 

2 523 
33.4 



5 124 

4 967 

1 796 

1 391 

405 

351 

1 205 

1 770 

72 

124 

153 

4 

2.77 
3.19 
792 

646 
429 
176 
174 
177 
28 
12 
146 



1 391 

684 
1 337 
1 205 

578 
1 167 

133 
83 

138 



1 954 

567 

1 231 

13 
53 
90 

2 021 

391 

1 230 

21 

271 

108 



1.7 
.7 



2 229 

188 
206 
147 
133 
116 
351 
326 
239 
202 
204 
85 
32 

85 

1 659 

1 606 

1 529 

434 

389 

34.0 

1 125 

92 
103 
65 
63 
49 
185 
159 
125 
101 
114 
44 
25 

40 
852 
831 
790 
236 
215 
35.3 
1 104 
32.9 



2 229 

2 229 
833 
623 
210 
168 
542 
748 
34 
72 



2.68 
3.13 
321 

321 
206 
74 
71 
99 
13 
3 



1 040 


1 205 


623 


552 


719 


294 


1 016 


1 394 


608 


878 


1 107 


542 


459 


661 


238 


881 


1 299 


498 


132 


73 


63 


80 


44 


46 


112 


75 


95 


1 393 


1 568 


823 


366 


365 


196 


897 


1 121 


554 


15 


13 


6 


27 


21 


16 


88 


48 


51 


1 608 


1 609 


865 


378 


286 


168 


907 


1 119 


554 


18 


9 


11 


148 


107 


76 


157 


88 


56 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 3 



Table l. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Totals for split tracts/BNA's 


n Outagamie County- 


-Con. 






Appleton city (pt.). 
County 


Outagamie 


Area 
























Tract 110 


Tract 111.01 


Tract 111.02 


Tract 114 


Tract 115.02 


Tract 121 


Tract 124 


Tract 125 


Tract 101 


Tract 102 


LAND AREA 






















Square kilometers 


5.8 


3.2 


9.6 


3.1 


8.8 


11.8 


4.5 


158.1 


.8 


2.0 


Square miles 


2.2 


1.2 


3.7 


1.2 


3.4 


4.6 


1.8 


61.1 


.3 


.8 


AGE 






















All persons. 


5 589 


4 148 


5 805 


4 894 


4 622 


5 503 


2 548 


6 902 


1 180 


4 504 


Under 5 years 


381 


317 


568 


393 


294 


464 


181 


502 


50 


388 


5 to 9 years 


345 


318 


507 


405 


292 


476 


195 


623 


33 


366 


10 to 14 years 


260 


302 


391 


381 


341 


467 


194 


641 


11 


305 


15 to 19 years 


311 


233 


366 


318 


318 


337 


174 


481 


202 


229 


20 to 24 years 


579 


372 


508 


218 


301 


295 


184 


421 


273 


286 


25 to 34 years 


1 227 


902 


1 351 


734 


805 


918 


442 


1 098 


196 


999 




774 


601 


1 054 


744 


805 


828 


363 


1 117 


95 


648 


45 to 54 years 


491 


413 


469 


487 


602 


502 


252 


927 


63 


314 


55 to 64 years 


431 


315 


281 


431 


449 


493 


189 


565 


58 


293 


65 to 74 years . 


399 


220 


154 


360 


253 


370 


220 


348 


84 


335 


75 to 84 years 


275 


124 


110 


255 


124 


226 


123 


151 


90 


268 


85 years and over 


116 


31 


46 


168 


38 


127 


31 


28 


25 


73 


3 and 4 years 


150 


128 


221 


175 


119 


207 


70 


223 


18 


146 


16 years and over 


4 546 


3 165 


4 277 


3 644 


3 618 


4 008 


1 938 


5 022 


1 083 


3 397 


18 years and over 


4 434 


3 085 


4 153 


3 495 


3 489 


3 871 


1 870 


4 835 


1 073 


3 310 


21 years and over 


4 202 


2 925 


3 897 


3 358 


3 332 


3 699 


1 769 


4 566 


797 


3 173 


60 years and over 


1 046 


538 


429 


994 


622 


970 


482 


794 


227 


844 


62 years and over 


946 


465 


369 


908 


536 


853 


437 


661 


218 


779 


Median 


31.8 


30.3 


29.3 


35.0 


34.1 


32.9 


32.3 


32.3 


25.8 


31.9 




2 896 


2 152 


2 917 


2 574 


2 345 


2 848 


1 313 


3 290 


598 


2 343 


Under 5 years 


196 


160 


270 


205 


141 


249 


91 


217 


21 


182 




156 


153 


248 


187 


155 


213 


99 


302 


21 


184 




112 


146 


184 


177 


166 


224 


96 


297 


8 


149 


15 to 19 years 


165 


115 


197 


144 


164 


171 


74 


218 


98 


115 


20 to 24 years 


307 


205 


275 


111 


173 


157 


95 


193 


139 


150 


25 to 34 years 


582 


458 


685 


385 


400 


453 


225 


546 


74 


502 


35 to 44 years 


377 


312 


513 


387 


402 


400 


181 


537 


27 


325 


45 to 54 years 


246 


225 


228 


251 


297 


270 


127 


450 


29 


151 


55 to 64 years 


238 


155 


131 


229 


214 


257 


102 


264 


30 


164 


65 to 74 years 


237 


124 


87 


191 


138 


207 


129 


172 


57 


196 


75 to 84 years 


189 


75 


62 


168 


68 


142 


73 


75 


70 


168 


85 years and over 


91 
75 


24 
63 


37 
105 


139 
88 


27 
59 


105 
106 


21 
38 


19 
97 


24 
6 


57 


3 and 4 years 


71 


16 years and over 


2 405 

2 345 

2 217 

662 

607 

33.4 


1 677 

1 637 

1 550 

306 

270 

30.9 


2 181 

2 114 

1 976 

242 

217 

29.3 


1 972 

1 904 

1 837 

609 

558 

37.0 


1 851 

1 783 

1 692 

333 

288 

33.9 


2 122 

2 054 

1 963 

585 

518 

33.9 


1 009 
981 
935 
284 
257 
33.6 


2 422 

2 335 

2 217 

392 

330 

33.0 


547 
544 
400 
164 
160 
25.8 


1 802 


1 8 years and over 


1 765 


21 years and over . 


1 691 


60 years and over 


519 


62 years and over 


486 




32.8 


Male 


2 693 


1 996 


2 888 


2 320 


2 277 


2 655 


1 235 


3 612 


582 


2 161 


Median age 


30.7 


29.7 


29.4 


32.9 


34.4 


31.8 


31.1 


31.7 


25.8 


30.9 


HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 






















All persons 


5 589 


4 148 


5 805 


4 894 


4 622 


5 503 


2 548 


6 902 


1 180 


4 504 


In households 


5 513 


4 145 


5 544 


4 627 


4 612 


5 364 


2 548 


6 902 


737 


4 504 


Householder 


2 561 
1 386 


1 651 
1 148 


1 975 
1 472 


1 643 
1 324 


1 833 
1 310 


1 859 
1 482 


945 
721 


2 299 
1 869 


460 
98 


1 881 


Family householder 


1 181 


Nonfamily householder 


1 175 


503 


503 


319 


523 


377 


224 


430 


362 


700 


Living alone 


938 


380 


292 


280 


416 


317 


200 


342 


311 


582 




1 079 


945 


1 311 


1 169 


1 177 


1 309 


616 


1 747 


74 


939 


Child 


1 392 
137 

344 


1 274 
77 
198 


1 834 

73 

351 


1 654 
69 
92 


1 383 
63 
156 


1 997 
81 
118 


893 
47 
47 


2 624 
76 
156 


113 

18 
72 


1 394 


Other relatives 


78 


Nonrelatives 


212 


Institutionalized persons 


76 


3 


253 
8 


263 

4 


10 


122 
17 




- 


124 
319 


— 


Other persons in group quarters 


- 


Persons per household 


2.15 
2 88 


2.51 
3 00 


2.81 
3 19 


2.82 
3 18 


2.52 
3 00 


2.89 
3 29 


2.70 
3 16 


3.00 
3 38 


1.60 
3.09 


2.39 


Persons per family 


3.04 


Persons 65 yeors and over 


790 


375 


310 


783 


415 


723 


374 


527 


199 


676 


In households 


714 


375 


178 


524 


405 


605 


374 


527 


188 


676 


Householder 


500 
256 


248 
108 


107 
33 


348 
115 


264 
97 


410 
189 


268 

122 


331 
104 


160 
131 


501 


Nonfamily householder 


267 


Living alone 


253 


107 


32 


111 


93 


186 


120 


101 


129 


265 




178 


101 


55 


157 


123 


163 


96 


171 


20 


152 


Other relatives 


33 

3 
76 


23 

3 


15 

1 

132 


13 

6 

259 


13 
5 
10 


26 

6 
118 


9 
1 


24 

1 


3 
5 
10 


20 


Nonrelatives 


3 


Institutionalized persons 




Other persons in group quarters 


















1 


_ 


FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 




Families 


1 386 


1 148 


1 472 


1 324 


1 310 


1 482 


721 


1 869 


98 


1 181 


With own children under 18 years 


595 


582 


872 


678 


608 


789 


341 


962 


37 


601 


Number of own children under 1 8 years 


1 107 


1 022 


1 602 


1 362 


1 108 


1 590 


655 


2 023 


96 


1 143 


Married-couple families 


1 079 


945 


1 311 


1 169 


1 177 


1 309 


616 


1 747 


74 


939 


With own children under 18 years 


425 


450 


774 


583 


536 


689 


287 


896 


26 


453 


Number of own children under 18 years... 


850 
230 


828 
169 


1 458 
118 


1 199 
132 


1 006 
95 


1 420 
127 


564 
78 


1 907 
84 


80 
20 


882 


Female householder, no husband present .. 


193 


With own children under 18 years 


139 

211 


115 
169 


75 
112 


84 
146 


54 
80 


78 
136 


43 
72 


51 
91 


11 
16 


120 


Number of own children under 18 years 


219 


MARITAL STATUS 
















Males 15 years and over 


2 171 


1 518 


2 124 

616 

1 337 

15 
22 

134 

2 215 

581 

1 331 

15 

121 

167 


1 710 

378 

1 204 

10 
52 
66 

2 005 

341 

1 203 

14 

314 

133 


1 812 

467 

1 197 

22 

20 

106 

1 883 

426 

1 193 

13 

127 

124 


1 934 

458 

1 337 

15 
43 
81 

2 162 

412 

1 336 

20 

278 

116 


951 

252 
626 

4 
26 
43 

1 027 

203 

629 

4 

133 

58 


2 662 


538 


1 617 


Never married 


759 

1 120 


420 
965 


702 
1 768 


329 


455 


Now married, except separated .. 


107 


951 


Separated 


20 

43 

229 


11 

13 

109 

1 693 

401 
963 
21 
139 
169 


19 
39 
134 

2 474 

468 

1 759 

19 

129 

99 


7 


15 


Widowed 


15 


49 


Divorced 


80 
548 


147 


Females 15 years and over 


2 432 


1 828 


Never married 


692 


315 
83 


390 


Now married, except separated 


1 106 


956 


Separoted 


24 


3 
79 
68 


30 


Widowed 


318 
292 


261 


Divorced 


191 



4 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990- Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 


Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 


Area 








Tract 106.01 


Tract 106.02 






Tract 109 


Tract 110 


Tract 1 1 1 .01 




Tract 103 


Tract 104 


Tract 105 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Tract 107 


Tract 108 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


LAND AREA 






















Square kilometers 


7 


6 


2 3 


2 7 


2 1 


3 6 


1 3 


1.5 


2.8 


2.0 


Square miles 


3 


2 


9 


1 


8 


1 4 


5 


.6 


1.1 


.8 


AGE 
























2 462 


1 843 


4 458 


3 834 


4 357 


4 727 


1 640 


2 193 


3 276 


3 620 




245 


192 


311 


298 


352 


393 


115 


185 


291 


269 




223 


137 


309 


306 


413 


390 


112 


204 


248 


288 




161 


120 


257 


263 


426 


356 


91 


145 


186 


269 




151 


117 


481 


270 


334 


267 


74 


133 


192 


199 


20 to 24 years 


211 


185 


738 


273 


208 


304 


52 


116 


249 


321 


25 to 34 years 


477 


415 


807 


735 


739 


886 


269 


341 


702 


753 




322 


280 


594 


613 


862 


720 


234 


321 


482 


529 




191 


98 


365 


403 


485 


426 


152 


238 


232 


353 




107 


83 


221 


277 


289 


393 


157 


199 


203 


279 




165 


88 


187 


225 


145 


368 


173 


199 


209 


210 




141 


92 


151 


116 


84 


169 


150 


83 


177 


121 


85 years and over 


68 


36 


37 


55 


20 


55 


61 


29 


105 


29 




99 


73 


129 


109 


135 


146 


40 


84 


111 


109 


16 years and over 


1 795 


1 365 


3 529 


2 909 


3 083 


3 523 


1 306 


1 630 


2 506 


2 754 




1 736 


1 317 


3 449 


2 791 


2 939 


3 421 


1 277 


1 577 


2 431 


2 689 


21 years and over 


1 652 


1 248 


2 857 


2 657 


2 788 


3 271 


1 238 


1 500 


2 322 


2 549 


60 years and over 


417 


255 


485 


529 


385 


801 


471 


421 


607 


509 


62 years and over 


405 


241 


438 


480 


330 


722 


444 


377 


566 


442 


Median 


29.7 


28.5 


27.0 


31.8 


31.5 


32.5 


38.8 


34.0 


31.2 


30.9 




1 304 


981 


2 269 


2 022 


2 176 


2 458 


873 


1 104 


1 719 


1 887 


Under 5 years 


118 


96 


159 


150 


178 


189 


60 


90 


150 


136 


5 to 9 years 


106 


72 


154 


142 


195 


202 


57 


103 


117 


136 


10 to 14 years 


79 


61 


124 


138 


200 


162 


40 


63 


80 


128 


15 to 19 years 


80 


64 


231 


140 


156 


126 


34 


63 


98 


100 


20 to 24 years 


106 


95 


357 


155 


109 


159 


27 


49 


136 


180 




223 


209 


412 


371 


375 


452 


130 


178 


341 


382 


35 to 44 years 


162 


145 


300 


324 


435 


378 


128 


156 


240 


276 


45 to 54 years 


92 


54 


184 


211 


239 


227 


77 


125 


112 


193 


55 to 64 years - 


62 


40 


121 


148 


146 


220 


80 


99 


114 


141 


65 to 74 years 


113 


55 


112 


128 


74 


212 


103 


112 


123 


118 


75 to 84 years 


105 


67 


90 


73 


52 


89 


92 


43 


123 


75 


85 years and over 


58 
47 


23 
32 


25 
68 


42 
53 


17 
71 


42 
64 


45 
22 


23 
39 


85 
58 


22 


3 and 4 years 


53 


16 years and over 


982 
953 
907 
303 
295 


738 
711 
672 
163 
156 


1 808 

1 766 

1 483 

290 

256 


1 558 

1 502 

1 430 

314 

290 


1 560 

1 497 

1 424 

210 

179 


1 876 

1 828 

1 754 

460 

413 


707 
693 
676 
287 
270 


835 
814 
773 
229 
209 


1 350 

1 310 

1 257 

399 

377 


1 474 


18 years and over 


1 438 


21 years and over 


1 361 


60 years and over 


291 


62 years and over 


258 




32.3 


29.4 


28.2 


32.6 


31.8 


33.8 


41.0 


35.3 


32.6 


31.6 


Male 


1 158 

28.0 


862 

27.9 


2 189 

25.6 


1 812 

31.1 


2 181 

31.0 


2 269 

31.3 


767 

36.5 


1 089 

32.9 


1 557 

30.0 


1 733 




29.9 


HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 
























2 462 


1 843 


4 458 


3 834 


4 357 


4 727 


1 640 


2 193 


3 276 


3 620 


In households 


2 447 
1 055 


1 823 
765 


3 668 
1 488 


3 740 
1 438 


4 337 
1 421 


4 656 
1 759 


1 551 
660 


2 193 
817 


3 200 
1 314 


3 617 


Householder 


1 464 




540 


415 


956 


1 029 


1 200 


1 302 


445 


612 


825 


986 


Nonfamily householder 


515 


350 


532 


409 


221 


457 


215 


205 


489 


478 


Living alone 


436 
386 


265 

310 


429 
781 


331 
869 


180 
1 102 


355 
1 095 


194 
389 


164 
533 


392 
635 


365 




797 


Child 


815 


551 


1 141 


1 243 


1 685 


1 553 


422 


741 


977 


1 104 


Other relatives 


48 
143 


39 

158 


65 
193 


55 

135 


60 
69 


87 
162 


29 

51 


31 
71 


103 
171 


71 


Nonrelatives 


181 


Institutionalized persons 


_ 


20 


_ 


94 


20 


61 


89 


- 


76 


- 


Other persons in group quarters 


15 




790 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


— 


3 




2.32 


2.38 


2.47 


2.60 


3.05 


2.65 


2.35 


2.68 


2.44 


2.47 


Persons per family 


3.31 


3.17 


3.08 


3.11 


3.37 


3.10 


2.89 


3.13 


3.08 


3.00 


Parsons 65 years and over 


374 


216 


375 


396 


249 


592 


384 


311 


491 


360 


In households 


374 
314 


199 
148 


375 
259 


310 
218 


231 
152 


551 
367 


299 
195 


311 
200 


415 
290 


360 


Householder 


237 


Nonfamily householder 


234 


93 


123 


102 


64 


140 


82 


72 


150 


104 


Living alone 


234 
49 


90 
39 


123 
98 


102 
82 


63 
62 


133 
156 


80 
89 


69 

97 


147 
99 


103 




97 


Other relatives 


8 
3 


9 
3 


16 
2 


8 
2 


15 
2 


21 
7 


11 
4 


11 
3 


24 
2 


23 




3 


Institutionalized persons 




17 


_ 


86 


18 


34 


85 


- 


76 


- 


Other persons in group quarters 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


— 


— 


— 


— 


FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 
























540 


415 


956 


1 029 


1 200 


1 302 


445 


612 


825 


986 


With own children under 18 years 


317 


261 


503 


547 


717 


635 


180 


289 


420 


510 


Number of own children under 18 years 


692 


496 


966 


1 008 


1 390 


1 253 


357 


601 


805 


896 


Married-couple families 


386 


310 


781 


869 


1 102 


1 095 


389 


533 


635 


797 


With own children under 18 years 


216 


178 


394 


455 


659 


516 


155 


234 


316 


386 


Number of own children under 18 years .. 


534 


373 


789 


874 


1 295 


1 048 


321 


493 


649 


718 


Female householder, no husband present 


119 


81 


137 


132 


73 


169 


43 


61 


141 


157 


With own children under 18 years 


83 


67 


87 


80 


44 


102 


21 


45 


82 


108 


Number of own children under 18 years - - 


136 


102 


146 


112 


75 


174 


29 


93 


126 


154 


MARITAL STATUS 






















Males 15 years and over 


832 


642 


1 749 


1 375 


1 563 


1 683 


606 


811 


1 179 


1 307 


Never married 


320 
391 

12 


234 

319 

7 


796 

803 

17 


360 
888 

15 


365 

1 116 

13 


413 

1 114 

14 


138 

403 

5 


195 

544 

6 


366 

652 

8 


368 


Now married, except separated 


817 


Separated 


11 


Widowed 


12 


11 


26 


25 


21 


36 


25 


16 


29 


13 


Divorced 


97 


71 


107 


87 


48 


106 


35 


50 


124 


98 


Females 15 years and over 


1 001 

267 

393 

23 


752 

224 

322 

9 


1 832 

721 

796 

23 


1 592 

374 

898 

18 


1 603 

286 

1 114 

9 


1 905 

398 

1 120 

30 


716 

122 

414 

3 


848 

164 

544 

11 


1 372 

345 

651 

15 


1 487 


Never married 


359 


Now married, except separated 


815 


Separated 


20 


Widowed 


189 


90 


124 


145 


106 


195 


116 


76 


209 


133 


Divorced 


129 


107 


168 


157 


88 


162 


61 


53 


152 


160 






CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 5 



Table l. General Characteristic! 

[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 


► of Perso 


lis: m 


'U-Con. 
















Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Appletan city (pt.). 


Outagamie County— Con. 






Kaukauna city, Outagamie County 


Area 


Tract 111.02 
(pt.) 


Tract 112 


Tract 113 


Tract 114 
(pt.) 


Tract 115.01 


Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 


Tract 125 
(pt.) 


Tract 121 

(pt.) 


Tract 122 Tract 123 


LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 


.5 
.2 

2 

1 
1 

2 
2 
2 

33.5 
1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

31.5 

1 

35.5 

2 

2 
1 
1 

1 

2.00 
2.00 

1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

1 


1.3 
.5 

3 067 

177 
198 
223 
194 
159 
450 
464 
348 
383 
288 
155 
28 

78 
2 424 
2 345 

2 234 
656 
576 

38.0 

1 578 

94 

97 

105 

98 

74 

226 

238 

177 

199 

164 

91 

15 

36 

1 261 

1 219 

1 167 

357 

321 

39.0 

1 489 

37.1 

3 067 

3 067 

1 199 

912 

287 

242 

802 

935 

41 

90 

2.56 
2.95 
471 

471 
308 
125 
119 
144 
15 
4 

912 

390 

701 

802 

322 

599 

83 

55 

88 

1 187 

264 

816 

3 

35 
69 

1 282 

221 
813 

13 
136 

99 


1.3 
.5 

3 457 

299 
278 
218 
222 
173 
662 
543 
281 
262 
228 
210 
81 

no 

2 608 
2 515 

2 399 
657 
597 

33.2 

1 839 

162 
133 
107 
101 

85 
332 
282 
143 
140 
141 
151 

62 

64 

1 413 

1 374 

1 317 

427 

396 

35.0 

1 618 

31.5 

3 457 

3 457 

1 425 

913 

512 

448 

766 

1 097 

61 

108 

2.43 
3.11 
519 
519 
394 
254 
252 

no 

15 

913 

493 
916 
766 
403 
787 
117 
77 
107 

1 225 

321 

777 

15 

28 

84 

1 437 

283 
781 
14 
229 
130 


1.9 
.7 

3 827 

333 
329 
280 
234 
174 
608 
556 
340 
314 
287 
230 
142 

147 

2 836 

2 728 

2 617 

809 

746 

34.2 

2 047 

173 
150 
140 
101 
96 
320 
288 
181 
174 
156 
151 
117 

73 

1 560 

1 514 

1 462 

504 

466 

36.3 

1 780 

32.3 

3 827 

3 603 

1 293 

1 017 

276 

243 

889 

1 285 

58 

78 

224 

2.79 
3.19 
659 
439 
294 
109 
106 
129 
11 
5 
220 

1 017 
529 

1 066 
889 

447 
922 
110 
72 
128 

1 301 

284 

919 

8 

44 

46 

1 584 

275 
917 
12 
272 
108 


1.8 
.7 

3 686 

270 
277 
250 
218 
162 
603 
484 
388 
434 
378 
184 
38 

110 
2 836 
2 753 

2 637 
824 
736 

36.3 

1 878 

132 

139 

118 

93 

80 

309 

249 

200 

235 

199 

104 

20 

46 

1 471 

1 431 

1 377 

435 

392 

37.3 

1 808 

34.8 

3 686 

3 686 

1 419 

1 098 

321 

275 

964 

1 156 

63 

84 

2.60 
2.99 
600 

600 
397 
141 
136 
186 
12 
5 

1 098 

461 
904 
964 
398 
810 
108 
52 
79 

1 400 

317 

980 

8 

35 
60 

1 489 

250 
974 
11 
151 
103 


5.5 
2.1 

4004 

245 
258 
311 
281 
261 
697 
715 
515 
394 
209 
92 
26 

100 
3 121 

3 006 
2 872 

503 
427 
33.9 

2 031 

118 
132 
153 
142 
151 
347 
362 
254 
187 
114 
51 
20 

50 

1 600 

1 543 

1 462 

269 

229 

33.7 

1 973 

33.9 

4 004 

4 004 

1 594 

1 134 

460 

361 

1 020 

1 199 

56 

135 

2.51 

3.01 

327 

327 

214 

80 

77 

98 

11 

4 

1 134 

532 

977 

1 020 

468 

886 

81 

48 

71 

1 562 

403 

1 035 

20 

15 

89 

1 628 

377 

1 033 

13 

101 

104 


3.0 
1.1 

40 

2 
1 

2 
5 
3 
5 
5 
9 
2 
5 
1 

1 

34 

33 

28 

7 

7 

43.0 

20 

1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
4 
4 
1 
3 

1 
16 

16 

14 

4 

4 

43.0 

20 

39.0 

40 

40 

14 
11 
3 
3 
11 
13 
1 
1 

2.86 
3.27 
6 
6 
4 
1 
1 
2 

11 

4 
6 
11 

4 
6 

18 

7 
11 

17 

5 
11 

1 


5.0 
1.9 

5 203 

428 
450 
441 
321 
273 
854 
796 
470 
481 
347 
217 
125 

196 

3 803 

3 669 

3 506 

931 

817 

33.2 

2 703 

227 
205 
211 
163 
148 
420 
387 
255 
250 
194 
138 
105 

101 
2 022 
1 955 

1 871 
565 
500 

34.4 

2 500 
32.0 

5 203 

5 064 

1 768 

1 400 

368 

310 

1 233 

1 878 

76 

109 

122 

17 

2.86 
3.28 
689 
571 
391 
183 
180 
152 
23 
5 
118 

1 400 

743 
1 495 
1 233 

645 
1 328 

124 
76 

133 

1 824 

431 

1 261 

15 
40 
77 

2 060 

397 

1 260 

19 

272 

112 


1.3 
.5 

2 504 

251 
227 
199 
139 
221 
521 
300 
153 
156 
195 
108 
34 

106 

1 795 

1 740 

1 645 

410 

378 

28.7 

1 294 

126 
119 
87 
83 
99 
267 
144 
74 
78 
120 
71 
26 

50 
945 
907 
857 
255 
240 
29.4 

1 210 
28.1 

2 504 

2 504 
1 002 
611 
391 
328 
445 
882 
46 
129 

2.50 

3.25 

337 

337 

246 

132 

128 

76 

11 

4 

611 

340 
730 
445 
238 
558 
115 
79 
126 

865 

273 

461 

14 

19 
98 

962 

256 
460 

19 
131 

96 


1.5 
.6 

1 870 

172 
196 
138 
HI 
113 
353 
258 
150 
105 
127 
118 
29 

82 

1 338 

1 289 

1 237 

330 

307 

30.8 

985 

86 
97 
65 

61 
60 
178 
122 
68 
58 
86 
83 
21 

43 
723 
693 
665 
220 
210 

32.2 
885 

29.4 

1 870 

1 860 

692 

470 

222 

186 

391 

673 

36 

68 

10 

2.69 

3.34 

274 

264 

186 

96 

94 

61 

12 

5 

10 

_ 

470 

266 


AGE 

All parsons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

16 years and over 


18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 yeors and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 


3 and 4 years 


16 years and over 


18 years and over 


21 years and over 


60 years and over 


62 years and over 


Median 


Male 


Median age 


HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 


Householder 


Family householder 


Nonfamily householder 


Living alone 




Child. 


Other relatives 


Nonrelatives 


Institutionalized persons 


Other persons in group quarters 


Persons per household 


Persons per family 


Persons 65 years and over 


In households 


Householder 


Nonfamily householder 


Living alone 


Spouse 


Other relatives 


Nonrelatives 


Institutionalized persons 


Other persons in group quarters 


FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 


With own children under 1 8 years. 


Number of own children under 18 years ... 


561 


Married-couple families 


391 

219 

479 

61 

39 

69 

627 

168 


With own children under 18 years 


Number of own children under 18 years 


Female householder, no husband present ... 

With own children under 18 years 


Number of own children under 18 years .. 


MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 


Never morried 


Now married, except separated 


395 


Separated 


9 


Widowed 


12 




43 


Females 15 yeors and over 


737 


Never married 


179 


Now married, except separated .. 


396 


Separated 


7 


Widowed 


104 


Divorced 


51 



6 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table l. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie 
County— Con. 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Remainder of Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 106.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 
(pt.) 



Tract 111.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 
(pt.) 



Tract 114 
(pt.) 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years _ 

25 to 34 years _ 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years ond over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Mate 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 yoars and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 yean and over 

Never married 

Now married, except seporoted 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



3.4 
1.3 



2 290 

162 
178 
168 
150 
162 
401 
314 
223 
173 
211 
117 
31 

65 

1 748 

1 689 

1 603 

460 

419 

32.5 

1 186 

83 
92 
80 
61 
86 
205 
156 
113 
94 
125 
70 
21 

37 
916 
893 
855 
274 
250 
33.9 
1 104 
31.3 



2 290 

2 290 
863 
652 
211 
189 
553 
789 
41 
44 



2.65 
3.12 
359 

359 

257 

119 

117 

92 

9 

1 



652 

303 

581 

553 

251 

494 

72 

41 

68 



851 

224 

560 

3 

25 

39 

931 

181 

564 

4 

127 

55 



1.1 

.4 



115 

4 

11 

15 

10 

3 

15 

14 

22 

10 

4 

6 

1 

2 

82 
80 
74 
14 
11 
34.8 

64 

1 
8 
8 
6 
1 

9 
7 
11 
5 
3 
4 
1 

1 

45 

44 

41 

9 

8 

34.0 

51 

36.3 



115 

115 
40 
28 
12 
10 
24 
43 
3 
5 



2.88 

3.50 

11 

11 
7 
4 
4 
1 
3 



39 

3 
1 

1 
3 
2 
8 
3 
5 
8 
2 
2 
1 

2 

32 

31 

30 

6 

6 

43.3 

16 



16 

15 

14 

2 

2 

50.0 

23 

29.5 



39 

39 
17 

11 
6 
6 
9 

10 
2 
1 



2.29 

2.91 

5 

5 
4 
2 
2 

1 



11 
5 

8 
9 
4 
7 



18 

6 
9 

2 

1 

16 

4 
9 



15 
2 
2 



1 

11 
11 
11 
5 
5 
34.5 

9 

1 
2 



6 
6 
6 
3 
3 

28.5 
6 

41.5 



15 

15 
6 
5 
1 
1 
5 
4 



2.50 

2.80 

5 

5 
3 
1 
1 
2 



36 

3 
2 
2 



10 
5 
1 
3 
5 
2 
3 

1 
29 
29 
29 
13 
12 
37.0 

21 

2 



7 
3 

2 
2 
1 
2 

1 
17 
17 
17 
7 
6 
34.5 
15 
39.5 



36 

36 
16 
11 
5 
4 
9 
7 
3 



2.25 
2.73 
10 
10 
6 
2 
2 
2 
2 



11 

5 
7 
9 
4 
5 
2 
1 
2 



12 

1 
10 



17 

4 
10 



3.0 
1.2 



2 313 

90 

97 

74 

119 

330 

525 

292 

259 

228 

190 

98 

11 



39 

2 040 

2 003 

1 880 

439 

380 

33.1 

1 177 

46 
39 
32 
67 

171 
241 
137 
134 
124 
114 
66 
6 

17 

1 055 

1 035 

960 

263 

230 

34.6 

1 136 

31.7 



2 313 

2 313 
1 247 
561 
686 
546 
444 
415 
34 
173 



1.85 
2.59 
299 

299 

210 

106 

106 

79 

9 

1 



561 

175 

302 

444 

109 

201 

89 

57 

85 



992 

393 

468 

12 

14 
105 

1 060 

347 
455 
9 
109 
140 



1.1 



528 

48 

30 

33 

34 

51 

149 

72 

60 

36 

10 

3 

2 

19 
411 
396 
376 
29 
23 
28.7 

265 

24 
17 
18 
15 
25 
76 
36 
32 
14 
6 



10 
203 
199 
189 
15 
12 
28.5 
263 
28.9 



528 

528 
187 
162 
25 

15 

148 

170 

6 

17 



2.82 

3.00 

15 

15 
11 
4 
4 
4 



162 

72 
126 
148 

64 

110 

12 

7 
15 



211 

52 

148 



11 

206 

42 

148 

1 

6 

9 



9.0 
3.5 



5 803 

568 
507 
391 
366 
508 
1 350 

1 053 
469 
281 
154 
110 

46 

221 

4 275 

4 151 

3 895 

429 

369 

29.3 

2 916 

270 

248 

184 

197 

275 

684 

513 

228 

131 

87 

62 

37 

105 
2 180 
2 113 

1 975 
242 
217 

29.3 

2 887 
29.4 



5 803 

5 542 

1 974 

1 471 

503 

292 

1 310 

1 834 

73 

351 

253 



2.81 

3.19 

310 

178 

107 

33 

32 

55 

15 

1 

132 



1 471 

872 
1 602 
1 310 

774 
1 458 

116 
75 

112 



2 123 

616 

1 336 

15 
22 
134 

2 214 

581 

1 330 

15 

121 

167 



1.2 
.5 



1 067 

60 

76 
101 
84 
44 
126 
188 
147 
117 
73 
25 
26 

28 
808 
767 
741 
185 
162 
37.9 

527 

32 

37 
37 
43 
15 
65 
99 
70 
55 
35 
17 
22 

15 
412 
390 
375 
105 
92 
38.7 
540 
36.4 



1 067 

1 024 

350 

307 

43 

37 

280 

369 

11 

14 

39 

4 

2.93 

3.15 

124 

85 

54 

6 

5 

28 

2 

1 

39 



307 

149 

296 

280 

136 

277 

22 

12 

18 



409 

94 

285 

2 

8 
20 

421 

66 

286 

2 

42 

25 



3.3 
1.3 



618 

49 
34 
30 
37 
40 
108 
90 
87 
55 
44 
32 
12 

19 
497 
483 
460 
119 
109 
36.1 

314 

23 
23 
13 
22 
22 
53 
40 
43 
27 
24 
17 
7 

9 
251 
240 
230 
64 
59 
35.2 
304 
37.2 



618 

608 

239 

176 

63 

55 

157 

184 

7 

21 

10 



2.54 

2.98 

88 

78 
50 
17 
16 
25 
2 
1 
10 



176 

76 
131 
157 

68 

120 

14 

6 

9 



250 

64 

162 

2 

5 
17 

255 

49 
160 

26 

20 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 7 



Table l. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990- Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers . 
Square miles 



AGE 

All persons. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over ... 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over ... 
18 years and over ... 

21 years and over ... 
60 years and over ... 
62 years and over ... 
Median 



Female _. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over . 

3 and 4 years 

1 6 years and over . 
18 yeors and over . 

21 years and over . 
60 years and over . 
62 years and over . 
Median 

Male ... 
Median age 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 



MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over. 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Females 15 years and over . 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 116 



Tract 117 



Tract 118 



Tract 119 



Tract 120 



7.5 


1.6 


2.9 


.6 


3 633 


2 896 


314 


245 


312 


228 


304 


166 


279 


155 


201 


222 


635 


621 


553 


299 


370 


216 


352 


273 


213 


308 


75 


142 


25 


21 


136 


99 


2 652 


2 214 


2 533 


2 153 


2 386 


2 063 


477 


630 


412 


564 


31.7 


31.5 


1 810 


1 455 


158 


124 


147 


108 


142 


85 


no 


70 


HI 


120 


321 


284 


271 


148 


185 


108 


187 


149 


111 


161 


50 


81 


17 


17 


64 


46 


1 345 


1 125 


1 294 


1 094 


1 234 


1 050 


259 


349 


229 


307 


32.5 


32.3 


1 823 


1 441 


30.8 


30.9 


3 633 


2 896 


3 633 


2 896 


1 214 


1 157 


1 014 


817 


200 


340 


174 


295 


935 


710 


1 376 


907 


58 


37 


50 


85 


2.99 


2.50 


3.34 


3.02 


313 


471 


313 


471 


214 


318 


93 


132 


90 


130 


83 


140 


13 


9 


3 


4 



1 014 

526 

1 069 

935 

480 

1 000 

64 

36 

57 



1 340 

331 

948 

7 

16 
38 

1 363 

240 
948 

12 
104 

59 



817 

381 

724 

710 

317 

623 

80 

53 

85 



1 119 

280 

728 

19 

30 

62 

1 138 

207 
719 

10 
134 

68 



1.1 
.4 



2 191 

195 

203 
148 
149 
174 
416 
304 
170 
152 
148 
104 
28 

78 

1 617 

1 553 

1 473 

378 

351 

29.7 

1 138 

93 

121 

72 

72 

85 

201 

154 

88 

85 

84 

67 

16 

38 
834 
802 
767 
226 
210 
30.2 
1 053 
29.3 



191 

191 
831 
588 
243 
205 
482 
789 
30 
59 



2.64 
3.21 
280 

280 
195 
91 
91 
76 
9 



588 

309 
630 
482 
240 
507 
86 
58 
106 



793 

241 

483 

6 

18 

45 

852 

187 
485 

11 
103 

66 



9.2 
3.6 



6 884 

701 

620 
603 
452 
489 
1 329 

1 094 
552 
467 
324 
185 

68 

280 

4 863 

4 651 

4 441 

809 

714 

29.4 

3 496 

350 
306 
299 
224 
245 
670 
555 
282 
235 
177 
103 
50 

127 

2 496 
2 386 

2 281 
449 
392 

29.8 

3 388 
29.1 



6 884 

6 784 

2 283 

1 849 

434 

348 

1 644 

2 633 

85 
139 
100 



2.97 
3.36 
577 

484 
303 
103 
101 
154 

26 
1 

93 



1 849 

1 081 

2 199 
1 644 

944 
1 972 
155 
110 
177 



2 419 

579 

1 671 

13 
43 
113 

2 541 

481 

1 664 

20 

206 

170 



3.1 



2 679 

222 
203 
220 
196 
194 
468 
351 
382 
286 
111 
42 
4 

89 

1 985 

1 904 

1 802 

282 

226 

31.4 

1 345 

99 
103 
127 
101 

89 
232 
172 
203 
135 

58 

24 
2 

36 
993 
950 
898 
144 
121 
31.6 
1 334 
31.2 



2 679 

2 679 

875 

769 

106 

80 

696 

1 020 

38 

50 



3.06 
3.28 
157 
157 

110 
33 
32 
43 
4 



769 

389 

755 

696 

348 

688 

54 

30 

53 



1 018 

264 

705 

5 

7 

37 

1 016 

209 

704 

6 

53 

44 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



6.8 
2.6 



300 

36 
26 
26 
16 
22 
64 
32 
32 
12 
23 
9 
2 

11 

205 

202 

193 

39 

36 

28.9 

145 

22 



9 
33 
13 
15 

7 
13 

4 

5 

100 

99 

92 

20 

18 

29.1 

155 

28.6 



300 

300 

91 

82 

9 

7 

76 

119 

5 

9 



3.30 

3.44 

34 

34 

19 

6 

6 

11 

3 

1 



82 

46 
95 
76 

44 

92 

3 

2 
3 



110 

27 
76 

3 
4 

102 

15 

76 

1 

6 

4 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Tract 126 



69 

38 
74 
63 
36 
70 
6 
2 



100 

28 

66 

1 

1 
4 

96 

22 
65 

6 
3 



1 830 

946 
1 985 
1 712 

882 

1 875 

80 

49 
85 



2 606 

683 

1 733 

19 
38 
133 

2 410 

453 

1 724 

18 

121 

94 



1 562 

853 
1 665 
1 422 

783 

1 548 

81 

41 
72 



2 144 

547 

1 441 

10 
28 
118 

2 030 

388 

1 442 

9 

87 

104 



Tract 127 



1.2 


154.1 


171.6 


140.7 


.4 


59.5 


66.2 


54.3 


258 


6 747 


5 624 


4 951 


19 


496 


480 


383 


17 


611 


482 


398 


26 


624 


488 


393 


24 


466 


445 


393 


22 


415 


345 


350 


41 


1 078 


1 039 


848 


49 


1 098 


962 


710 


29 


896 


618 


488 


16 


553 


379 


407 


9 


339 


221 


320 


6 


144 


132 


203 




27 


33 


58 


5 


220 


182 


156 


190 


4 906 


4 069 


3 692 


181 


4 722 


3 897 


3 540 


166 


4 464 


3 665 


3 318 


22 


773 


560 


787 


18 


643 


489 


698 


30.0 


32.2 


30.8 


31.4 


127 


3 206 


2 728 


2 483 


8 


215 


233 


193 


7 


294 


229 


209 


16 


287 


236 


186 


13 


210 


220 


175 


9 


190 


158 


179 


20 


536 


519 


421 


25 


526 


463 


330 


14 


435 


305 


238 


8 


258 


174 


206 


4 


166 


99 


176 


3 


71 


79 


131 




18 


13 


39 


1 


95 


86 


75 


93 


2 361 


1 974 


1 860 


88 


2 275 


1 880 


1 796 


80 


2 162 


1 786 


1 684 


10 


379 


270 


444 


7 


318 


238 


400 


30.8 


32.9 


30.6 


32.1 


131 


3 541 


2 896 


2 468 


29.3 


31.6 


30.9 


30.8 


258 


6 747 


5 624 


4 951 


258 


6 747 


5 624 


4 951 


82 


2 245 


1 836 


1 780 


69 


1 830 


1 562 


1 331 


13 


415 


274 


449 


11 


329 


199 


367 


63 


1 712 


1 422 


1 151 


104 


2 568 


2 120 


1 781 


6 


72 


103 


84 


3 


150 


143 


155 


3.15 


3.01 


3.06 


2.78 


3.51 


3.38 


3.33 


3.27 


15 


510 


386 


581 


15 


510 


386 


581 


11 


320 


248 


401 


3 


99 


74 


180 


3 


96 


69 


174 


4 


168 


109 


151 




21 


26 


24 


_ 


1 


3 


5 



1 331 

697 
1 371 
1 151 

592 
1 197 

126 
79 

135 



1 882 

541 

1 166 

20 

25 

130 

1 895 

402 

1 165 

18 

186 

124 



8 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990- Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



ict 128 


Tract 129 


275.3 


185.0 


106.3 


71.4 


6 290 


6 830 


528 


552 


559 


639 


578 


638 


467 


563 


434 


457 


1 086 


1 211 


948 


1 106 


646 


707 


448 


470 


341 


315 


195 


146 


60 


26 


216 


238 


4 522 


4 862 


4 327 


4 650 


4 070 


4 350 


799 


711 


726 


617 


30.4 


29.8 


3 081 


3 269 


247 


237 


268 


327 


286 


298 


228 


250 


215 


220 


521 


595 


465 


533 


308 


331 


210 


232 


188 


155 


110 


79 


35 


12 


113 


91 


2 226 


2 330 


2 138 


2 245 


2 010 


2 117 


420 


352 


387 


310 


30.6 


30.3 


3 209 


3 561 


30.2 


29.4 


6 290 


6 830 


6 290 


6 830 


2 104 


2 148 


1 699 


1 839 


405 


309 


336 


227 


1 486 


1 682 


2 410 


2 775 


150 


87 


140 


138 


2.99 


3.18 


3.38 


3.47 


596 


487 


596 


487 


394 


308 


172 


88 


163 


86 


154 


152 


42 


23 


6 


4 



Tract 130 



Tract 131 



Tract 132 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County 



Tract 3 



Tract 4 



Tract 9 



Tract 10 



Tract 13 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years— . 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male - 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



1 699 

925 
1 899 
1 486 

828 
1 718 

138 
69 

127 



2 345 

623 

1 510 

15 
61 
136 

2 280 

446 

1 510 

8 

194 

122 



1 839 

1 008 

2 141 
1 682 

922 

1 988 

96 

55 

107 



2 594 

728 

1 698 

23 
39 
106 

2 407 

488 

1 691 

16 

110 

102 



157.6 
60.8 



3 858 

369 
374 
395 
355 
259 
620 
588 
376 
239 
152 
103 
28 

164 

2 649 

2 490 

2 309 

400 

350 

28.0 

1 852 

177 

176 

183 

175 

114 

293 

282 

180 

119 

75 

60 

18 

79 
1 280 
1 197 

1 116 
216 
189 

29.1 

2 006 
27.2 



3 858 

3 723 

1 098 

929 

169 

135 

739 

1 642 

148 

96 

135 



3.39 

3.72 

283 

242 

163 

55 

55 

56 

21 

2 

41 



929 

575 
1 278 

739 

461 
1 032 

140 
91 

205 



1 404 

480 

774 

21 

19 

110 

1 316 

315 
768 

29 
110 

94 



129.3 
49.9 



4 783 

383 
427 
417 
354 
290 
764 
631 
420 
341 
340 
302 
114 



163 

3 479 

3 323 

3 146 

934 

856 

31.5 

2 449 

196 
218 
204 
175 
151 
369 
301 
208 
175 
202 
167 
83 

80 
1 798 
1 716 

1 631 
545 
508 

32.4 

2 334 
30.8 



4 783 

4 678 

1 626 

1 253 

373 

331 

1 117 

1 755 

94 

86 

92 

13 

2.88 
3.37 
756 

653 

453 

209 

206 

179 

19 

2 

91 

12 



1 253 

653 
1 413 
1 117 

581 

1 290 

90 

47 

82 



1 725 

443 

1 133 

15 

58 

76 

1 831 

337 

1 135 

7 

268 

84 



340.8 
131.6 



4 008 

277 
372 
412 
327 
266 
598 
569 
415 
294 
281 
167 
30 

125 

2 863 

2 734 

2 573 

614 

558 

31.0 

1 939 

118 

180 
203 
159 
123 
286 
280 
203 
132 
152 
86 
17 

54 
1 398 
1 339 

1 255 
310 
286 

31.9 

2 069 
30.1 



4 008 

4 008 

1 289 

1 061 

228 

198 

926 

1 580 

117 

96 



3.11 
3.47 
478 

478 
307 
114 
111 
140 
28 
3 



1 061 

586 

1 210 

926 

506 

1 079 

89 

50 

88 



1 509 

436 

949 

9 

38 

77 

1 438 

284 
953 

11 
126 

64 



2.8 
1.1 



4 465 

241 
300 
284 
289 
267 
565 
711 
515 
443 
426 
275 
149 

105 
3 576 
3 459 
3 305 

1 078 
977 

39.4 

2 387 

118 
151 
147 
146 
137 
293 
372 
260 
231 
235 
186 
111 

57 
1 932 
1 877 

1 798 
661 
601 

40.6 

2 078 
38.2 



4 465 

4 284 

1 759 

1 228 

531 

433 

1 033 

1 253 

79 

160 

181 



2.44 
2.93 
850 
676 
451 
197 
194 
187 
32 
6 
174 



1 228 

537 
980 
1 033 
422 
807 
161 
98 
147 



1 669 

432 

1 070 

21 

57 

89 

1 971 

407 

1 069 

22 

286 

187 



2.8 
1.1 



2 868 

196 
208 
180 
166 
215 
601 
417 
245 
238 
236 
142 
24 

74 

2 244 

2 191 

2 081 

516 

470 

33.0 

1 464 

80 

102 

89 

84 

110 

293 

216 

131 

122 

141 

84 

12 

33 

1 177 

1 148 

1 088 

288 

274 

34.3 

1 404 

31.8 



2 868 

2 868 
1 208 
772 
436 
334 
607 
824 
68 
161 



2.37 
2.94 
402 
402 
276 
130 
126 
104 
13 
9 



772 

359 
637 
607 
265 
499 
124 
72 
106 



1 091 

324 
627 

10 
32 
98 

1 193 

278 
628 
21 
140 
126 



3.8 
1.5 



2 467 

212 
183 
166 
147 
178 
456 
400 
211 
218 
171 
106 
19 

90 

1 870 

1 815 

1 727 

393 

353 

32.8 

1 289 

105 

90 

79 

71 

92 

244 

201 

108 

118 

100 

67 

14 

40 
1 001 
974 
931 
238 
215 
33.7 
1 178 
31.7 



! 467 

! 462 
978 
702 
276 
221 
563 
779 
47 
95 

5 

2.52 
2.98 
296 

296 
203 
96 
94 
74 
16 
3 



702 

347 
627 
563 
257 
491 
109 
77 
118 



891 

217 
572 

14 
16 
72 

1 015 

216 
577 

8 
117 
97 



2.2 

.8 



2 508 

154 
134 
113 
122 
144 
462 
306 
201 
211 
269 
224 
168 

63 

2 079 

2 040 

1 957 

765 

715 

38.7 

1 328 

76 
69 
51 
51 
73 
228 
147 
97 
110 
156 
148 
122 

32 

1 119 

1 104 

1 068 

479 

457 

43.2 

1 180 

35.4 



2 508 

2 373 

1 133 

638 

495 

430 

522 

568 

45 

105 

122 

13 

2.09 
2.78 
661 

539 
385 
199 
195 
133 
16 
5 
122 



638 

241 

430 

522 

186 

339 

92 

40 

61 



975 

285 

552 

8 

41 
89 

1 132 

228 
547 

11 
247 

99 



3.0 
1.2 



2 930 

223 
183 
159 
191 
214 
503 
412 
348 
288 
243 
136 
30 

88 

2 334 

2 258 

2 134 

552 

479 

34.8 

1 514 

96 
80 
95 
91 
108 
249 
214 
179 
155 
140 
84 
23 

38 

1 227 

1 189 

1 129 

327 

286 

36.7 

1 416 

32.9 



2 930 

2 930 
1 178 
830 
348 
285 
671 
901 
68 
112 



2.49 

2.98 

409 

409 

282 

127 

124 

98 

27 

2 



830 

374 
647 
671 
290 
509 
133 
73 
120 



1 122 

322 

682 

8 

26 
84 

1 243 

266 
685 
15 
152 
125 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 9 



Table l. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 14 



Tract 15 



Tract 16 



Tract 17 



Tract 18 



Tract 19 



Tract 25 



Tract 26.01 



Tract 26.02 



Tract 28.98 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years... 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse _ 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelotives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelotives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 
Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married ~~ 

Now morried, except separated II 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



6.3 
2.4 



4 008 

261 
254 
244 
213 
230 
682 
518 
429 
425 
398 
284 
70 



115 

3 205 

3 119 

2 995 

977 

884 

36.8 

2 096 

120 
137 
110 
102 
126 
344 
243 
228 
243 
225 
167 
51 

50 

1 703 

1 666 

1 602 

577 

518 

39.4 

1 912 

35.4 



4 008 

4 008 

1 734 

1 135 

599 

532 

971 

1 109 

85 

109 



2.31 
2.91 
752 

752 
532 
273 
270 
184 
31 
5 



1 135 

470 
856 
971 
379 
705 
135 
82 
133 



1 520 

366 

982 

15 

59 

98 

1 729 

315 

988 

17 

267 

142 



3.4 
1.3 



3 337 

240 
272 
194 
189 
242 
648 
446 
276 
305 
261 
212 
52 



91 

2 591 

2 520 

2 400 

682 

620 

33.1 

1 734 

116 

135 

86 

90 

122 

333 

221 

148 

156 

150 

138 

39 

47 

1 374 

1 341 

1 286 

405 

381 

34.5 

1 603 

32.1 



3 337 

3 337 
1 397 
873 
524 
440 
708 
999 
81 
152 



2.39 
3.05 
525 
525 
375 
203 
197 
118 
27 
5 



873 

415 
771 
708 
328 
628 
135 
75 
128 



1 234 

355 

720 

18 

38 

103 

1 397 

303 
726 
23 
209 
136 



13.2 

5.1 



2 807 

126 

94 
103 
170 
275 
634 
434 
308 
215 
166 
172 
110 

54 

2 453 

2 382 

2 276 

556 

506 

35.0 

1 150 

54 
45 
47 
72 
58 
188 
162 
133 
108 
88 
99 
96 

21 
986 
958 
922 
340 
314 
41.8 
1 657 
32.5 



2 807 

1 767 
713 
496 
217 
149 
438 
472 
33 
111 
913 
127 

2.48 

2.90 
448 

167 

104 
33 
32 
51 
11 
1 

187 
94 



496 

198 

358 

438 

176 

329 

41 

15 

19 



1 480 

679 

543 

33 

42 

183 

1 004 

239 
482 
17 
162 
104 



25.6 
9.9 



2 575 

149 
161 
148 
170 
189 
560 
470 
341 
195 
123 
55 
14 

67 

2 088 

2 030 

1 913 

289 

248 

33.3 

1 007 

74 

76 

73 

68 

49 

165 

165 

154 

88 

57 

28 

10 

31 
769 
743 
706 
141 
123 
34.9 
1 568 
32.7 



2 575 

2 074 
755 
599 
156 
118 
543 
674 
24 
78 
501 



2.75 

3.07 

192 

188 

122 

43 

42 

57 

7 

2 

4 



599 

280 

523 

543 

247 

470 

38 

28 

47 



1 333 

488 

661 

11 

24 

149 

784 

141 

550 

8 

43 

42 



34.8 
13.4 



7 404 

613 

650 

562 

483 

394 

1 224 

1 443 

820 

594 

419 

164 

38 



260 

5 480 

5 272 

5 016 

910 

798 

33.8 

3 784 

322 
304 
284 
230 
208 
658 
721 
410 
303 
220 
94 
30 

139 
2 833 
2 736 

2 606 
505 
434 

33.8 

3 620 
33.8 



7 404 

7 358 

2 618 

2 178 

440 

342 

1 932 

2 556 

97 

155 

28 

18 

2.81 
3.11 
621 

593 
373 
119 
112 
188 

27 
5 

28 



2 178 

1 134 

2 087 
1 932 

953 
1 815 
202 
155 
232 



2 705 

587 

1 956 

24 
36 
102 

2 874 

542 

1 961 

30 

156 

185 



119.7 
46.2 



3 744 

213 

303 
304 
239 
200 
505 
647 
514 
424 
248 
115 
32 

85 

2 859 

2 756 

2 645 

597 

508 

36.7 

1 834 

102 

154 

150 

109 

87 

258 

318 

254 

203 

114 

64 

21 

41 

1 398 

1 346 

1 297 

300 

254 

36.7 

1 910 

36.6 



3 744 

3 744 

1 342 

1 098 

244 

196 

1 005 

1 232 

78 

87 



2.79 

3.11 

395 

395 

253 

89 

85 

103 

29 

10 



1 098 

508 

961 

1 005 

462 

880 

50 

30 
56 



1 496 

334 

1 025 

20 

35 

82 

1 428 

231 

1 018 

7 

107 

65 



3.7 
1.4 



3 635 

260 
187 
127 
179 
381 
824 
471 
337 
263 
296 
233 
77 



95 

3 033 

2 977 

2 822 

747 

686 

32.5 

1 949 

119 

88 

60 

94 

236 

393 

236 

171 

144 

190 

158 

60 

50 

1 667 

1 641 

1 550 

490 

455 

34.2 

1 686 

31.0 



3 635 

3 635 
1 836 
890 
946 
774 
718 
797 
52 
232 



1.98 
2.76 
606 

606 
457 
288 
286 
134 
12 
3 



890 

383 
633 
718 
270 
468 
132 
92 
137 



1 379 

445 

728 

29 

38 

139 

1 682 

477 

739 

24 

257 

185 



4.5 
1.7 



3 522 

216 
258 
265 
208 
210 
584 
563 
432 
393 
257 
115 
21 



97 

2 735 

2 642 

2 535 

567 

489 

35.3 

1 750 

99 
119 
124 
102 

96 
289 
289 
224 
189 
143 

69 
7 

46 

1 385 

1 336 

1 288 

303 

269 

36.5 

1 772 

34.4 



3 522 

3 522 

1 327 

1 040 

287 

228 

903 

1 133 

57 

102 



2.65 
3.01 
393 

393 

256 

95 

92 

116 
14 

7 



1 040 

453 
849 
903 
386 
735 
107 
51 
86 



1 375 

346 

918 

10 

25 

76 

1 408 

261 

917 

9 

125 

96 



3.2 

1.2 



4 285 

336 
384 
374 
282 
327 
887 
794 
443 
200 
114 
76 
68 

152 

3 115 

3 001 

2 849 

332 

289 

30.0 

2 172 

161 

206 

179 

134 

176 

430 

402 

217 

89 

72 

49 

57 

66 
1 591 
1 531 

1 462 
209 
194 

30.4 

2 113 
29.6 



4 285 

4 177 

1 506 

1 117 

389 

294 

974 

1 504 

47 

146 

108 



2.77 
3.26 
258 

151 
93 
40 
39 
45 
12 
1 

107 



1 117 

668 
1 248 

974 

563 
1 085 

121 
94 

151 



1 565 

440 

991 

19 

26 

89 

1 626 

346 
997 

19 
129 
135 



3.4 
1.3 



4 345 

311 
345 
268 
242 
302 
907 
574 
361 
426 
341 
206 
62 

118 

3 364 

3 270 

3 126 

836 

748 

32.7 

2 206 

152 
151 
119 
115 
168 
433 
291 
183 
226 
192 
133 
43 

53 
1 756 
1 716 

1 637 
488 
438 

34.3 

2 139 
31.1 



4 345 

4 345 

1 790 

1 205 

585 

485 

948 

1 341 

91 

175 



2.43 
2.98 
609 
609 
443 
218 
209 
133 
25 



1 205 

560 
1 028 
948 
418 
788 
198 
122 
209 



1 637 

456 

968 

27 

49 

137 

1 784 

367 
970 
29 
232 
186 



10 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table l. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 


Tract 31.98 


1.6 


1.5 


.6 


.6 


1 765 


2 533 


145 


213 


153 


255 


122 


178 


97 


143 


119 


158 


298 


516 


246 


357 


183 


218 


154 


169 


140 


166 


77 


125 


31 


35 


62 


85 


1 319 


1 857 


1 286 


1 805 


1 227 


1 705 


330 


402 


296 


363 


33.4 


31.2 


921 


1 280 


74 


108 


71 


118 


54 


87 


46 


66 


66 


69 


159 


267 


126 


159 


99 


117 


80 


87 


80 


93 


42 


81 


24 


28 


33 


41 


708 


951 


696 


931 


665 


876 


194 


236 


179 


215 


34.3 


32.1 


844 


1 253 


32.4 


30.2 


1 765 


2 533 


1 765 


2 533 


708 


990 


476 


632 


232 


358 


202 


288 


393 


507 


560 


818 


38 


66 


66 


152 


2.49 


2.56 


3.08 


3.20 


248 


326 


248 


326 


173 


227 


90 


125 


87 


122 


58 


79 


10 


19 


7 


1 



Tract 32 



Tract 34 



Tract 36 



Tract 37.01 



Tract 37.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Winnebago 
County 



Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.02 (pt.) 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years- 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 yeors 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male - 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child... 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 yeors 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



476 

241 
460 
393 
189 
366 
63 
44 



623 

151 

396 

5 

17 

54 

722 

139 

397 

19 

81 

86 



632 

331 
681 
507 
253 
529 
83 
59 
119 



920 

276 

529 

16 

21 

78 

967 

207 
526 
17 
112 
105 



1.7 
.7 



2 422 

157 
206 
201 
137 
101 
381 
382 
218 
220 
228 
154 
37 



60 

1 822 

1 757 

1 710 

535 

488 

35.6 

1 228 

70 
99 
97 
68 
51 
192 
192 
103 
118 
133 
84 
21 

26 
944 
910 
887 
298 
271 
36.7 
1 194 
34.5 



2 422 

2 422 
951 
701 
250 
226 
620 
763 
33 
55 



2.55 
3.02 
419 

419 
270 
111 
111 
132 
12 
5 



701 

331 

652 

620 

281 

562 

67 

45 

80 



896 

196 

627 

6 

26 

41 

962 

156 

629 

12 

97 

68 



3.9 

1.5 



4 338 

318 
296 
257 
243 
281 
827 
556 
403 
489 
393 
219 
56 



136 

3 423 

3 343 

3 171 

927 

819 

34.2 

2 245 

164 
142 
128 
127 
135 
420 
277 
208 
255 
216 
138 
35 

69 
1 786 
1 749 

1 653 
519 
467 

35.2 

2 093 
33.1 



4 338 

4 338 

1 783 

1 245 

538 

459 

1 051 

1 282 

81 

141 



2.43 
2.94 
668 

668 
474 
220 
217 
175 
15 
4 



1 245 

532 
949 
1 051 
421 
787 
159 
98 
144 



1 656 

406 

1 067 

17 

57 

109 

1 811 

349 

1 076 

19 

206 

161 



3.3 
1.3 



3 253 

211 
251 
280 
248 
116 
378 
538 
429 
399 
258 
108 
37 

103 

2 457 

2 341 

2 236 

591 

513 

37.6 

1 681 

112 

129 

126 

110 

57 

208 

272 

226 

200 

142 

71 

28 

62 

1 297 

1 236 

1 190 

336 

293 

39.1 

1 572 

36.6 



3 253 

3 253 

1 197 

954 

243 

220 

869 

1 112 

41 

34 



2.72 
3.12. 
403 
403 
279 
137 
133 
104 
17 
3 



954 

467 

898 

869 

420 

829 

67 

38 

55 



1 197 

264 

873 

3 

23 
34 

1 314 

219 

878 

" 14 

134 

69 



2.1 
.8 



4 185 

379 
372 
321 
276 
284 
887 
667 
475 
246 
172 
97 
9 

141 

3 052 

2 950 

2 797 

381 

335 

30.5 

2 157 

192 

177 

143 

146 

149 

463 

344 

251 

133 

92 

63 

4 

80 
1 614 
1 561 

1 480 
222 
195 

30.9 

2 028 
30.0 



4 185 

4 185 

1 564 

1 165 

399 

312 

942 

1 470 

47 

162 



2.68 
3.11 
278 

278 
193 
88 
84 
68 
12 
5 



1 165 

647 
1 196 
942 
490 
928 
172 
126 
221 



1 468 

374 

950 

19 

26 

99 

1 645 

364 
950 
33 
103 
195 



36.5 
14.1 



4 527 

332 
411 
417 
307 
153 
718 
892 
615 
403 
188 
79 
12 

151 

3 291 

3 149 

3 033 

450 

375 

34.0 

2 234 

158 

218 

198 

140 

74 

366 

444 

301 

189 

99 

40 

7 

75 
1 633 
1 560 

1 512 
224 
188 

34.1 

2 293 
33.9 



4 527 

4 527 

1 530 

1 331 

199 

148 

1 220 

1 629 

60 



2.96 

3.19 

279 

279 

168 

48 

44 

90 

16 

5 



1 331 

689 

1 344 

1 220 

628 

1 250 

80 

44 

72 



1 707 

374 

I 232 

7 

8 

86 

1 660 

255 

1 228 
21 
75 
81 



431 

15 
12 

8 
11 
57 
92 
23 
24 

9 

30 
100 
50 

6 
396 
390 
376 
184 
181 
43.9 

258 

7 
2 
6 
9 

36 
43 
10 
15 
3 
21 
67 
39 

3 
243 
239 
230 
129 
127 

60.0 
173 

32.3 



431 

431 
267 

99 
168 
145 

85 

49 
5 

25 



1.61 

2.40 

180 

180 

141 

102 

101 

36 

2 

1 



99 

26 

41 

85 

16 

27 

8 

6 

9 



153 

40 

86 

2 

15 
10 

243 

52 
91 
5 
77 
18 



12 
1 
3 



1 

8 
8 
8 
3 
3 
30.5 

7 
1- 
2 



1 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 

27.5 
5 

33.5 



12 
12 
4 
3 

1 

2 

5 



3.00 

3.33 

3 

3 

2 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 11 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990- Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers . 
Square miles 



AGE 

All persons. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over ... 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over ... 
18 years and over ... 

21 years and over ... 
60 years and over ... 
62 years and over ... 
Median 



Female.. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over . 

3 and 4 years 

1 6 years ond over . 
1 8 years and over . 

21 years and over . 
60 years and over . 
62 years and over . 
Median 

Male ... 
Median age 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Menasha city (pt.), Winnebago County 



Tract 26.01 
Tract 25 (pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 26.02 
(pt.) 



FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 



MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over. 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



88 

3 

1 
5 

14 
9 
6 
15 
29 
5 
1 

83 
82 
79 
48 
43 
61.8 

57 

2 



7 
7 

5 
9 
19 
4 
1 

54 
53 
52 
31 
28 

61.8 
31 

61.8 



88 

88 
52 
24 
28 
24 
21 
10 



1.69 

2.29 

35 

35 
23 
12 
12 
12 



2.1 



1 402 

96 

109 

115 

100 

100 

246 

240 

155 

115 

86 

35 

5 

39 
1 060 
1 Oil 
971 
166 
152 
32.8 

712 

45 
57 
61 
49 
44 
118 
130 
82 
52 
50 
23 
1 

21 
537 
514 
496 
94 
88 
33.5 
690 
31.7 



1 402 

1 402 

506 

399 

107 

79 

343 

485 

19 

49 



2.77 
3.12 
126 

126 
79 
32 
32 
38 
5 
4 



1.4 
.5 



2 188 

205 

185 

200 

161 

206 

467 

454 

188 

70 

35 

15 

2 

91 

1 554 

1 491 

1 396 

81 

68 

27.8 

1 111 

104 

97 

96 

79 

112 

235 

230 

88 

34 

25 

9 

2 

43 

796 

760 

716 

48 

44 

28.0 

1 077 

27.7 



188 

188 
815 
565 
250 
195 
465 
804 
14 
90 



2.68 

3.27 

52 

52 
35 
23 
22 
12 
4 
1 



Troct 28.98 
Tract 27 (pt.) 



1.2 
.5 



2 670 

198 
163 
185 
150 
150 
499 
366 
220 
236 
286 
169 
48 

78 

2 090 

2 035 

1 949 

650 

594 

34.7 

1 394 

88 

84 

100 

71 

85 

256 

172 

109 

123 

175 

102 

29 

34 

1 102 

1 077 

1 038 

381 

349 

35.5 

1 276 

33.7 



2 670 

2 670 

1 088 

758 

330 

279 

633 

793 

58 

98 



2.45 
2.96 
503 

503 
341 
152 
148 
141 
17 
4 



2.6 
1.0 



3 917 

290 
322 
234 
210 
283 
831 
486 
310 
394 
303 
195 
59 

109 

3 020 

2 938 

2 810 

763 

683 

32.3 

1 995 

145 
137 
101 

99 
156 
400 
250 
155 
209 
175 
126 

42 

50 

1 587 

1 555 

1 482 

452 

408 

34.1 

1 922 

30.6 



3 917 

3 917 
1 



618 
084 
534 
447 
847 
1 211 
84 
157 



2.42 
2.98 
557 

557 
407 
206 
198 
120 
23 
7 



Tract 29 



Tract 30.98 
(pt.) 



1.4 

.5 



2 608 

218 
198 
166 
137 
261 
569 
297 
183 
174 
188 
158 
59 

85 

1 998 

1 948 

1 847 

498 

451 

30.0 

1 388 

106 

108 

86 

71 

146 

284 

137 

92 

92 

118 

110 

38 

39 

1 077 

1 047 

994 

315 

289 

30.3 

1 220 

29.8 



2 608 

2 595 

1 169 

606 

563 

480 

410 

772 

78 

166 

13 



2.22 

3.08 
405 

393 

310 

220 

210 

57 

17 

9 

12 



1.6 
.6 



1 765 

145 
153 
122 
97 
119 
298 
246 
183 
154 
140 
77 
31 

62 

1 319 

1 286 

1 227 

330 

296 

33.4 

921 

74 
71 
54 
46 
66 
159 
126 
99 
80 
80 
42 
24 

33 
708 
696 
665 
194 
179 

34.3 
844 

32.4 



1 765 

1 765 
708 
476 
232 
202 
393 
560 
38 
66 



2.49 

3.08 

248 

248 

173 

90 

87 

58 

10 

7 



Neenah city, Winnebago County 



Tract 31.98 
(pt.) 



Troct 32 (pt.) 



Females 15 years and over . 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



24 


399 


565 


758 


1 084 


606 


476 


632 


701 


815 


6 


204 


377 


328 


504 


328 


241 


331 


331 


409 


6 


379 


683 


609 


934 


618 


460 


681 


652 


796 


21 


343 


465 


633 


847 


410 


393 


507 


620 


643 


5 


167 


298 


254 


371 


212 


189 


253 


281 


308 


5 


319 


564 


493 


711 


445 


366 


529 


562 


632 


3 


48 


87 


95 


182 


142 


63 


83 


67 


124 


1 


31 


70 


55 


114 


90 


44 


59 


45 


77 


1 


51 


110 


86 


194 


134 


80 


119 


80 


126 


29 


533 


784 


1 002 


1 459 


938 


623 


920 


896 


1 195 


6 


148 


247 


242 


409 


334 


151 


276 


196 


380 


21 


351 


471 


643 


863 


420 


396 


529 


627 


652 


_ 


2 


10 


12 


24 


20 


5 


16 


6 


21 


_ 


6 


3 


29 


47 


33 


17 


21 


26 


21 


2 


26 


53 


76 


116 


131 


54 


78 


41 


121 


55 


549 


814 


1 122 


1 612 


1 088 


722 


967 


962 


1 277 


11 


104 


210 


221 


334 


298 


139 


207 


156 


282 


22 


351 


473 


649 


866 


428 


397 


526 


629 


651 


1 


5 


13 


14 


27 


26 


19 


17 


12 


15 


14 


49 


28 


151 


221 


186 


81 


112 


97 


171 


7 


40 


90 


87 


164 


150 


86 


105 


68 


158 



1.5 
.6 



2 533 

213 
255 
178 
143 
158 
516 
357 
218 
169 
166 
125 
35 



85 

1 857 

1 805 

1 705 

402 

363 

31.2 

1 280 

108 
118 
87 
66 
69 
267 
159 
117 
87 
93 
81 
28 

41 
951 
931 
876 
236 
215 
32.1 
1 253 
30.2 



2 533 

2 533 
990 
632 
358 
288 
507 
818 
66 
152 



2.56 

3.20 

326 

326 

227 

125 

122 

79 

19 

1 



1.7 
.7 



2 422 

157 
206 
201 
137 
101 
381 
382 
218 
220 
228 
154 
37 

60 

1 822 

1 757 

1 710 

535 

488 

35.6 

1 228 

70 
99 
97 
68 
51 
192 
192 
103 
118 
133 
84 
21 

26 
944 
910 
887 
298 
271 
36.7 
1 194 
34.5 



2 422 

2 422 
951 
701 
250 
226 
620 
763 
33 
55 



2.55 
3.02 
419 
419 
270 
111 
111 
132 
12 
5 



Tract 33 



2.0 
.8 



3 210 

280 
242 
216 
175 
262 
684 
418 
240 
244 
234 
158 
57 

130 

2 444 

2 383 

2 254 

573 

533 

30.9 

1 632 

128 
117 
110 

74 
138 
324 
201 
121 
131 
137 
107 

44 

59 

1 265 

1 239 

1 182 

363 

344 

32.5 

1 578 

29.8 



3 210 

3 210 
1 368 
815 
553 
458 
643 
986 
61 
152 



2.35 

3.07 

449 

449 

332 

189 

185 

99 

15 

3 



12 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Neenah city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 35 Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 37.02 
(pt.) 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County 



Tract 1 



Tract 2 Trod 3 (pt.) Tract 4 (pt.) 



Trod 5 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



2.9 

1.1 



4 092 

300 
281 
245 
226 
264 
783 
522 
386 
453 
365 
212 
55 

131 

3 225 

3 149 

2 989 

872 

773 

34.2 

2 121 

156 
136 
121 
120 
125 
397 
261 
199 
238 
201 
133 
34 

68 

1 684 

1 648 

1 559 

489 

442 

35.2 

1 971 

32.9 



4 092 

4 092 

I 683 

1 168 

515 

439 

983 

1 210 

80 

136 



2.43 
2.95 
632 

632 
450 
213 
210 
164 
14 
4 



1 168 

504 
897 
983 
397 
741 
151 
94 
138 



1 558 

384 

998 

16 

56 

104 

1 708 

329 

1 007 

18 

198 

156 



2.6 

1.0 



2 754 

214 
196 
180 
182 
226 
554 
424 
267 
158 
127 
111 
115 

87 

2 123 

2 060 

1 935 

426 

397 

31.6 

1 439 

102 
89 
79 
90 
114 
284 
216 
136 
78 
68 
85 
98 

45 

1 150 

1 118 

1 057 

291 

276 

33.5 

1 315 

29.9 



2 754 

2 601 
1 073 
688 
385 
316 
526 
839 
48 
115 
153 



2.42 
3.05 
353 

205 
163 
106 
105 
34 
4 
4 
148 



688 

385 
668 
526 
271 
498 
129 
101 
153 



995 

294 

550 

20 

31 
100 

1 169 

282 
538 
18 
186 
145 



2.0 



2 881 

189 
222 
244 
220 
103 
337 
459 
371 
359 
236 
104 
37 

96 

2 176 

2 074 

1 983 

555 

480 

37.8 

1 495 

100 

114 

110 

95 

52 

186 

233 

196 

183 

129 

69 

28 

59 

1 156 

1 104 

1 064 

318 

276 

39.4 

1 386 

36.6 



881 

881 
067 
841 
226 
205 
767 
980 
37 
30 



2.70 

3.12 

377 

377 

261 

131 

127 

97 

16 

3 



841 

414 

794 

767 

370 

732 

59 

36 

50 



1 055 

234 

771 

3 

20 

27 

1 171 

196 

775 

13 

126 

61 



1.9 

.7 



4 082 

371 
366 
320 
272 
276 
865 
654 
461 
239 
157 
92 
9 



138 

2 966 

2 865 

2 714 

361 

315 

30.4 

2 103 

186 

173 

143 

145 

145 

452 

337 

245 

130 

83 

60 

4 

78 

1 571 

1 518 

1 437 

210 

183 

30.8 

1 979 

29.8 



4 082 

4 082 

1 522 

1 133 

389 

303 

912 

1 444 

44 

160 



2.68 

3.12 

258 

258 

181 

84 

80 

60 

12 

5 



1 133 

639 
1 178 
912 
482 
910 
171 
126 
221 



1 424 

366 

919 

19 

26 

94 

1 601 

356 

919 

33 

99 

194 



4.6 
1.8 



1 245 

131 

173 

140 

76 

31 

248 

265 

104 

56 

17 

3 

1 

60 
778 
742 
720 
48 
41 
29.5 

607 

59 
83 
63 
37 
15 
133 
134 
49 
24 
10 



28 
396 
371 
364 
24 
20 
30.2 
638 
28.6 



1 245 

1 245 

370 

342 

28 

22 

313 

536 

10 

16 



3.36 

3.51 

21 

21 
13 
4 
3 
6 
1 
1 



342 

237 

496 

313 

218 

458 

24 

16 

34 



399 

72 

314 

1 

12 

402 

58 

313 

6 

6 

19 



1.2 
.5 



3 186 

274 
259 
176 
188 
262 
672 
440 
249 
239 
221 
163 
43 



107 

2 437 

2 370 

2 244 

545 

508 

31.0 

1 648 

133 

131 

82 

90 

140 

334 

212 

127 

136 

131 

100 

32 

50 

1 286 

1 254 

1 189 

323 

303 

31.9 

1 538 

30.0 



I 186 

1 165 

296 

805 

491 

376 

638 

951 

83 

197 

11 

10 

2.44 

3.08 

427 

420 

304 

167 

166 

99 

16 

1 

7 



805 

416 
773 
638 
311 
613 
128 
84 
129 



1 175 

354 

659 

15 

38 

109 

1 302 

313 
659 
26 
150 
154 



1.2 
.5 



2 765 

241 
229 
163 
166 
280 
533 
351 
226 
184 
178 
153 
61 

101 

2 095 

2 026 

1 915 

481 

442 

30.4 

1 484 

111 
120 

67 

90 
158 
266 
180 
113 

92 
116 
120 

51 

51 

1 167 

1 131 

1 065 

335 

314 

32.2 

1 281 

28.7 



2 765 

2 765 
1 174 
639 
535 
427 
494 
828 
68 
201 



2.36 

3.18 

392 

392 

313 

231 

225 

56 

11 

12 



639 

350 
696 
494 
250 
534 
106 
76 
131 



946 

312 

502 

16 

28 

88 

1 186 

333 
507 
24 
194 
128 



2.6 

1.0 



4 332 

236 
290 
273 
284 
264 
551 
678 
500 
429 
410 
269 
148 

101 
3 469 
3 355 
3 203 

1 048 
949 

39.4 

2 324 

116 
146 
140 
143 
137 
285 
358 
254 
226 
225 
184 
110 

55 
1 883 
1 830 

1 752 
646 
588 

40.7 

2 008 
38.1 



4 332 

4 151 

1 703 

1 187 

516 

419 

995 

1 218 

78 

157 

181 



2.44 
2.93 
827 
653 
437 
192 
189 
178 
32 
6 
174 



1 187 

522 
951 
995 

409 
781 
159 

96 
144 



1 611 

420 

1 032 

20 

55 

84 

1 922 

402 

1 031 

22 

282 

185 



2.6 
1.0 



2 857 

195 
203 
180 
166 
214 
599 
417 
245 
236 
236 
142 
24 



74 

2 239 

2 186 

2 076 

515 

470 

33.1 

1 457 



89 

84 
109 
292 
216 

131 
121 
141 
84 
12 

33 

1 174 

1 145 

1 085 

288 

274 

34.4 

1 400 

31.8 



2 857 

2 857 
1 206 
770 
436 
334 
605 
817 
68 
161 



2.37 
2.94 
402 
402 
276 
130 
126 
104 
13 
9 



770 

357 
631 
605 
263 
493 
124 
72 
106 



1 089 

324 

625 

10 

32 

98 

1 190 

277 

626 
21 
140 
126 



1.3 

.5 



4 682 

353 
328 
257 
224 
963 
919 
583 
322 
247 
271 
175 
40 



150 

3 708 

3 610 

3 368 

622 

576 

26.9 

2 382 

166. 
164 
132 
123 
470 
444 
274 
169 
141 
155 
116 
28 

67 
1 901 
1 844 

1 714 
370 
347 

27.4 

2 300 
26.3 



4 682 

4 659 
1 854 
997 
857 
511 
740 
1 230 
117 
718 

23 

2.51 
3.09 
486 

486 
340 
174 
164 

114 

27 

5 



997 

521 
1 021 
740 
352 
749 
202 
140 
227 



1 824 

837 

766 

26 

42 

153 

1 920 

739 
761 

41 
173 
206 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 13 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers. 
Square miles 



AGE 

All persons. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over ... 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over ... 
18 years and over ... 

21 years and over ... 
60 years and over ... 
62 years and over ... 
Median 



Female.. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over . 

3 and 4 years 

1 6 years and over . 
18 years and over 

21 years and over . 
60 years and over 
62 years and over 
Median 

Male ... 
Median age 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 6 



Tract 7 



Tract 8 Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 yeors 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 



MARITAL STATUS 

Males IS years and over. 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



1.0 

.4 



1 403 

60 
34 
22 
59 
355 
275 
164 
73 
89 
121 
111 
40 

17 

1 283 

1 265 

1 164 

328 

308 

29.7 

707 

33 
14 
12 
31 
156 
109 
59 
33 
47 
94 
90 
29 

11 
647 
637 
588 
242 
233 

34.8 
696 

27.5 



1 403 

1 291 
766 
147 
619 
488 
100 
152 
30 
243 
101 
11 

1.69 
2.92 
272 

271 

251 

226 

223 

16 

3 

1 

1 



1.2 

.5 



5 892 

100 

70 

42 

2 028 

2 950 

334 

138 

72 

50 

44 

51 

13 

43 
5 672 
5 649 

2 447 
139 
128 

20.6 

3 218 

47 

31 

20 

1 253 

1 513 

154 

69 

32 

28 

27 

34 

10 

17 
3 116 
3 103 

1 211 

88 

84 

20.4 

2 674 
20.8 



5 892 

2 205 
787 
230 
557 
163 
173 
268 

32 
945 

3 687 

2.80 
3.06 
108 

108 
75 
38 
34 
27 
6 



1.3 

.5 



3 374 

241 
220 
174 
152 
377 
660 
513 
242 
308 
261 
189 
37 

89 

2 701 

2 639 

2 533 

661 

594 

32.8 

1 774 

129 

114 

93 

90 

201 

330 

243 

114 

165 

157 

114 

24 

44 

1 411 

1 382 

1 312 

391 

352 

32.6 

1 600 

33.0 



3 374 

3 374 
1 441 
885 
556 
419 
749 
883 
67 
234 



2.34 
2.92 
487 
487 
333 
163 
161 
134 
18 
2 



2.7 
1.0 



2 376 

201 
174 
165 
143 
165 
430 
388 
208 
209 
170 
105 
18 

86 

1 801 

1 748 

1 664 

388 

348 

33.0 

1 242 

99 
85 
78 
70 
87 
228 
196 
107 
113 
100 
66 
13 

37 
967 
940 
899 
235 
212 
34.1 
1 134 
31.9 



376 

371 
944 
678 
266 
217 
543 
753 
47 



5 

2.51 
2.98 
293 

293 

200 
94 
92 
74 
16 
3 



2.2 



2 508 

154 
134 
113 
122 
144 
462 
306 
201 
211 
269 
224 
168 

63 

2 079 

2 040 

1 957 

765 

715 

38.7 

1 328 

76 
69 
51 
51 
73 
228 
147 
97 
110 
156 
148 
122 

32 

1 119 

1 104 

1 068 

479 

457 

43.2 

1 180 

35.4 



2 508 

2 373 

1 133 

638 

495 

430 

522 

568 

45 

105 

122 

13 

2.09 
2.78 
661 
539 
385 
199 
195 
133 
16 
5 
122 



Tract 1 1 



2.8 
1.1 



4 181 

249 
215 
196 
242 
307 
618 
464 
377 
460 
436 
375 
242 

93 
3 478 
3 381 
3 223 
1 279 

1 196 
40.6 

2 388 

113 
113 
105 
121 
173 
320 
251 
225 
246 
252 
265 
204 

41 

2 034 

1 988 

1 910 

849 

809 

44.9 

1 793 

35.5 



4 181 

3 984 

1 821 

1 076 

745 

648 

874 

1 034 

85 

170 

197 



2.19 

2.85 

1 053 

861 
655 
398 
392 
186 
13 
7 
192 



Tract 12 Tract 13 (pt.) Tract 14 (pt.) Tract 15 (pt.: 



1.5 
.6 



2 184 

168 
150 
142 
111 
176 
447 
253 
172 
226 
181 
126 
32 

73 

1 697 

1 654 

1 582 

466 

424 

32.4 

1 115 

85 

70 
67 
63 
83 
214 
118 
81 
126 
106 
78 
24 

34 
876 
851 
814 
281 
257 
33.8 
1 069 
31.3 



184 

184 
926 
580 
346 
293 
459 
640 
59 
100 



2.36 
3.00 
339 

339 
248 
135 
132 

73 
17 

1 



3.0 
1.2 



2 930 

223 
183 
159 
191 
214 
503 
412 
348 
288 
243 
136 
30 

88 

2 334 

2 258 

2 134 

552 

479 

34.8 

1 514 

96 

80 

95 

91 

108 

249 

214 

179 

155 

140 

84 

23 

38 

1 227 

1 189 

1 129 

327 

286 

36.7 

1 416 

32.9 



2 930 

2 930 
1 178 
830 
348 
285 
671 
901 
68 
112 



2.49 

2.98 

409 

409 

282 

127 

124 

98 

27 

2 



5.6 
2.2 



3 954 

261 
252 
241 
205 
226 
677 
508 
420 
418 
393 
283 
70 

115 

3 157 

3 075 

2 955 

968 

875 

36.8 

2 067 

120 
136 
108 

98 
124 
342 
237 
224 
239 
222 
166 

51 

50 

1 677 

1 642 

1 580 

570 

511 

39.2 

1 887 

35.3 



3 954 

3 954 

1 712 

1 118 

594 

528 

958 

1 093 

84 

107 



2.31 
2.91 
746 

746 
528 
271 
268 
183 
30 
5 



3.2 
1.2 



3 250 

232 
264 
186 
189 
239 
634 
432 
269 
295 
250 
207 
51 

88 

2 526 

2 455 

2 337 

658 

599 

33.0 

1 691 

113 
130 
82 
90 
120 
325 
216 
146 
149 
146 
135 
39 

47 

1 343 

1 310 

1 256 

392 

371 

34.5 

1 559 

31.9 



3 250 

3 250 
1 357 
851 
506 
424 
689 
978 
77 
149 



2.39 
3.05 
508 
508 
362 
196 
190 
115 
26 
5 



Females 15 years and over . 

Never morried 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



147 


230 


885 


678 


638 


1 076 


580 


830 


1 118 


851 


70 


121 


375 


333 


241 


428 


267 


374 


465 


405 


119 


222 


709 


603 


430 


740 


501 


647 


847 


752 


100 


173 


749 


543 


522 


874 


459 


671 


958 


689 


43 


85 


303 


247 


186 


309 


196 


290 


375 


319 


76 


159 


593 


471 


339 


558 


377 


509 


697 


610 


41 


45 


108 


106 


92 


172 


91 


133 


132 


132 


25 


32 


56 


74 


40 


103 


60 


73 


81 


74 


41 


55 


90 


115 


61 


162 


106 


120 


132 


127 


639 


2 560 


1 301 


856 


975 


1 464 


831 


1 122 


1 497 


1 200 


401 


2 331 


383 


203 


285 


403 


228 


322 


359 


351 


126 


189 


763 


552 


552 


904 


469 


682 


969 


701 


13 


6 


16 


14 


8 


12 


18 


8 


15 


16 


24 


8 


28 


16 


41 


63 


29 


26 


59 


37 


75 


26 


111 


71 


89 


82 


87 


84 


95 


95 


648 


3 120 


1 438 


980 


1 132 


2 057 


893 


1 243 


1 703 


1 366 


266 


2 835 


380 


205 


228 


438 


198 


266 


309 


300 


113 


190 


765 


557 


547 


905 


468 


685 


975 


707 


16 


10 


18 


8 


11 


25 


9 


15 


17 


21 


144 


41 


164 


116 


247 


478 


128 


152 


263 


204 


109 


44 


111 


94 


99 


211 


90 


125 


139 


134 



14 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



iimuM 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 

Square miles 

AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 yeors and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Mole 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All parsons.. 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 20 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

I Living alone 
Spouse 
Other relatives 
Nonrelatives 
Institutionalized persons 
Other persons in group quarters 
FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



3.0 
1.2 



305 

19 

22 

12 

19 

32 

90 

45 

28 

15 

9 

7 

7 

8 
251 
242 
229 
34 
29 
29.5 

150 

7 

11 

6 

13 

13 

38 

25 

17 

6 

4 

6 

4 

3 
125 
119 
110 
20 
18 
30.7 
155 
28.8 



305 

285 
112 
69 
43 
22 
57 
81 
5 
30 



17 



1.2 

.5 



657 

15 
12 
15 
31 
96 
244 
137 
73 
23 
10 

1 

7 
614 
607 
567 
22 
14 
31.4 

83 

10 
7 
9 
7 
3 

16 
8 

15 
4 
4 



4 

57 

53 

50 

5 

5 

30.8 

574 

31.5 



657 

156 
51 
44 
7 
6 
42 
58 

5 
501 



7.4 
2.8 



4 055 

350 
373 
317 
281 
228 
727 
825 
404 
247 
203 
83 
17 

137 

2 961 

2 833 

2 691 

424 

381 

32.4 

2 123 

196 
166 
165 
134 
128 
404 
416 
208 
124 
115 
52 
15 

78 

1 575 

1 516 

1 441 

251 

224 

32.5 

1 932 

32.4 



4 055 

4 009 

1 453 

1 161 

292 

225 

986 

1 425 

51 

94 

28 

18 



1.4 
.6 



115 

7 
9 
8 
8 
9 
14 
20 
18 
15 
4 
3 

4 
89 
84 
82 
15 
11 
36.2 

56 

6 
4 
3 
4 
4 
7 
10 
6 
8 
2 
2 

4 

42 

39 

39 

7 

6 

34.5 

59 

39.3 



115 

115 

43 

33 

10 

8 

30 
38 



Remainder of Winnebago County 



2.54 


3.06 


2.76 


2.67 


2.38 


3.07 


3.27 


3.12 


3.06 


2.80 


23 


11 


303 


7 


23 


6 


7 


275 


7 


23 


4 


5 


174 


5 


14 


1 


2 


58 


3 


5 


1 


2 


56 


3 


5 


2 


2 


83 


1 


9 


_ 


_ 


16 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 


1 


- 


- 


4 


28 


- 


- 



69 


44 


1 161 


33 


41 


2 


24 


33 


25 


665 


19 


15 


2 


14 


62 


48 


1 203 


31 


29 


6 


24 


57 


42 


986 


30 


38 


2 


20 


29 


24 


519 


16 


13 


2 


10 


55 


47 


985 


27 


26 


6 


20 


10 


1 


152 


1 


2 


- 


3 


4 


_ 


130 


1 


2 


— 


3 


7 


- 


192 


1 


3 




3 


126 


558 


1 419 


48 


58 


2 


35 


52 


296 


350 


11 


12 


- 


14 


60 


157 


997 


31 


38 


2 


20 


2 


5 


10 


1 


1 


- 


- 


4 


6 


10 


1 


2 


- 


- 


8 


94 


52 


4 


5 


- 


1 


126 


57 


1 596 


43 


49 


3 


35 


38 


11 


362 


8 


5 


1 


11 


60 


42 


1 000 


30 


38 


2 


20 


4 


_ 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


3 


77 


4 


4 


— 


1 


16 


1 


139 


1 


2 


- 


3 



Tract 3 (pt.) 



Tract 4 (pt.) 



133 

5 

10 

11 

5 

3 

14 

33 

15 

14 

16 

6 

1 

4 
107 
104 
102 
30 
28 
40.4 

63 

2 
5 

7 
3 

8 
14 
6 
5 

10 
2 
1 

2 
49 
47 
46 
15 
13 

39.3 
70 

41.0 



133 

133 
56 

41 
15 
14 
38 
35 
1 
3 



11 
1 
5 



5 
5 
5 

1 

8.8 
7 



8.5 
4 

21.0 



11 
11 
2 
2 



5.50 
5.50 



Tract 9 (pt.) 



1.1 
.4 



91 

11 
9 
1 

4 

13 

26 

12 

3 

9 

1 

1 

1 

4 

69 

67 

63 

5 

5 

28.3 

47 

6 

5 

1 
1 

5 
16 

5 
1 
5 

1 
1 

3 

34 

34 

32 

3 

3 

28.3 

44 

28.5 



91 

91 

34 
24 
10 
4 
20 
26 



2.68 
2.92 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 



Tract 10 (pt.: 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 15 



Table!. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990- Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers - 
Square miles 



AGE 

All persons. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over ... 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over ... 

21 years and over ... 
60 years and over ... 
62 years and over ... 
Median 



Female .. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over . 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over . 
18 years and over . 

21 years and over . 
60 years and over . 
62 years and over . 
Median 

Male ... 
Median age 



Tract 13 (pt.) 



Tract 14 (pt.) 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 



MARITAL STATUS 

Males IS years and over. 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Females 15 years and over . 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 15 (pt.) 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



Tract 20 



7 


2 


10.2 


24.4 


27.5 


118.3 


184.2 


.3 


.1 


3.9 


9.4 


10.6 


45.7 


71.1 


54 


87 


2 502 


1 918 


3 349 


3 629 


5 500 




8 


107 


134 


263 


206 


371 


2 


8 


72 


149 


277 


294 


437 


3 


6 


91 


133 


245 


296 


420 


8 




151 


139 


202 


231 


390 


4 


3 


243 


93 


166 


191 


284 


5 


14 


544 


316 


497 


491 


868 


10 


14 


389 


333 


618 


627 


857 


9 


7 


280 


268 


416 


496 


636 


7 


10 


200 


172 


347 


409 


463 


5 


11 


157 


113 


216 


244 


443 


1 


5 


165 


55 


81 


112 


232 




1 


103 


13 


21 


32 


99 




3 


46 


60 


123 


81 


164 


48 


65 


2 202 


1 474 


2 519 


2 770 


4 189 


44 


65 


2 140 


1 423 


2 439 


2 672 


4 020 


40 


63 


2 047 


1 346 


2 325 


2 563 


3 813 


9 


24 


522 


267 


486 


582 


1 006 


9 


21 


477 


234 


417 


497 


918 


43.3 


37.3 


35.8 


34.8 


35.3 


36.7 


34.8 


29 


43 


1 000 


924 


1 661 


1 778 


2 760 




3 


47 


64 


126 


96 


165 


1 


5 


34 


69 


138 


150 


222 


2 


4 


41 


64 


119 


147 


207 


4 




59 


61 


96 


105 


184 


2 


2 


45 


46 


80 


83 


137 


2 


8 


150 


149 


254 


251 


430 


6 


5 


137 


157 


305 


308 


433 


4 


2 


116 


139 


202 


248 


296 


4 


7 


102 


84 


179 


195 


256 


3 


4 


84 


53 


105 


112 


219 


1 


3 


93 


28 


42 


62 


138 






92 


10 


15 


21 


73 






18 


27 


61 


37 


76 


26 


31 


861 


712 


1 258 


1 356 


2 127 


24 


31 


839 


690 


1 220 


1 307 


2 053 


22 


30 


812 


656 


1 165 


1 258 


1 949 


7 


13 


320 


136 


254 


293 


558 


7 


10 


296 


118 


210 


248 


506 


442 


34.8 


43.7 


35.4 


35.5 


36.8 


35.7 


25 


44 


1 502 


994 


1 688 


1 851 


2 740 


43.2 


40.5 


32.9 


34.1 


35.2 


36.6 


34.0 


54 


87 


2 502 


1 918 


3 349 


3 629 


5 500 


54 


87 


1 482 


1 918 


3 349 


3 629 


5 389 


22 


40 


601 


704 


1 165 


1 299 


1 980 


17 


22 


427 


555 


1 017 


1 065 


1 523 


5 


18 


174 


149 


148 


234 


457 


4 


16 


127 


112 


117 


188 


371 


13 


19 


381 


501 


946 


975 


1 344 


16 


21 


391 


616 


1 131 


1 194 


1 801 


1 


4 


28 


24 


46 


78 


119 


2 


3 


81 
913 


73 


61 


83 


145 
111 


- 


- 


107 


- 


- 


— 




2.45 


2.18 


2.47 


2.72 


2.87 


2.79 


2.72 


2.76 


3.00 


2.87 


3.06 


3.09 


3.11 


3.14 


6 


17 


425 


181 


318 


388 


774 


6 


17 


161 


181 


318 


388 


668 


4 


13 


100 


117 


199 


248 


453 


2 


7 


32 


41 


61 


86 


187 


2 


7 


31 


40 


56 


82 


182 


1 


3 


49 


55 


105 


102 


183 


1 


1 


11 


7 


11 


29 


23 






1 


2 


3 


9 


9 


_ 


_ 


187 






- 


106 


- 


- 


77 










17 


22 


427 


555 


1 017 


1 065 


1 523 


5 


10 


165 


255 


469 


489 


721 


9 


19 


296 


475 


884 


930 


1 418 


13 


19 


381 


501 


946 


975 


1 344 


4 


9 


147 


223 


434 


446 


637 


8 


18 


274 


423 


830 


853 


1 263 


3 


3 


31 


37 


50 


49 


128 


1 


1 


11 


28 


25 


29 


65 


1 


1 


12 


47 


40 


55 


127 


23 


34 


1 354 


775 


1 286 


1 448 


2 106 


7 


4 


627 


192 


237 


323 


511 


13 


19 


483 


504 


959 


994 


1 382 




2 


31 


6 


14 


19 


19 




1 


38 


18 


26 


34 


60 


3 


8 


175 


55 


50 


78 


134 


26 


31 


878 


727 


1 278 


1 385 


2 166 


6 


3 


201 


130 


180 


223 


361 


13 


19 


422 


508 


961 


988 


1 386 




2 


13 


8 


12 


7 


22 


4 


5 


154 


40 


79 


103 


252 


3 


2 


88 


41 


46 


64 


145 



16 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 21 



Tract 22 



Tract 23 



ract 24 


Tract 25 (pt.) 


Tract 26.01 (pt.) 


Tract 26.02 (pt.) 


Tract 28.98 (pt.) 


24.2 


2.0 


2.4 


1.8 


.8 


9.4 


.8 


.9 


.7 


.3 


5 367 


3 116 


2 120 


2 085 


428 


484 


242 


120 


130 


21 


453 


175 


149 


196 


23 


426 


118 


150 


174 


34 


316 


163 


108 


121 


32 


289 


324 


110 


121 


19 


1 040 


718 


338 


415 


76 


992 


439 


323 


340 


88 


684 


307 


277 


255 


51 


376 


239 


278 


130 


32 


210 


237 


171 


76 


38 


87 


128 


80 


61 


11 


10 


26 


16 


66 


3 


195 


89 


58 


60 


9 


3 935 


2 554 


1 675 


1 553 


344 


3 795 


2 505 


1 631 


1 502 


332 


3 627 


2 367 


1 564 


1 445 


316 


453 


515 


401 


248 


73 


389 


462 


337 


218 


65 


32.2 


31.6 


37.2 


32.1 


36.3 


2 657 


1 634 


1 038 


1 054 


211 


242 


110 


54 


56 


7 


212 


86 


62 


107 


14 


203 


54 


63 


83 


18 


138 


82 


53 


55 


16 


146 


200 


52 


64 


12 


534 


343 


171 


193 


33 


517 


219 


159 


172 


41 


331 


151 


142 


129 


28 


179 


132 


137 


55 


17 


105 


150 


93 


45 


17 


42 


87 


46 


40 


7 


8 


20 


6 


55 


1 


101 


47 


25 


22 


3 


1 972 


1 370 


848 


791 


169 


1 907 


1 349 


822 


767 


161 


1 836 


1 268 


792 


742 


155 


227 


330 


209 


159 


36 


198 


300 


181 


148 


30 


32.6 


32.7 


38.6 


33.3 


37.2 


2 710 


1 482 


1 082 


1 031 


217 


31.7 


30.7 


36.1 


31.1 


35.9 


5 367 


3 116 


2 120 


2 085 


428 


5 367 


3 116 


2 120 


1 977 


428 


1 863 


1 517 


821 


687 


172 


1 558 


767 


641 


549 


121 


305 


750 


180 


138 


51 


232 


605 


149 


99 


38 


1 411 


612 


560 


507 


101 


1 846 


738 


648 


695 


130 


87 


47 


38 


33 


7 


160 


202 


53 


55 


18 




- 


- 


108 


~ 


2.88 


2.05 


2.58 


2.88 


2.49 


3.15 


2.82 


2.94 


3.25 


2.97 


307 


391 


267 


203 


52 


307 


391 


267 


96 


52 


194 


293 


177 


56 


36 


61 


174 


63 


17 


12 


57 


173 


60 


17 


11 


87 


86 


78 


32 


13 


22 


10 


9 


8 


2 


4 


2 


3 


- 


1 






LAND AREA 

Square kilometers 234.0 

Square miles 90.4 

AGE 

All parsons 2 832 

Under 5 years 191 

5 to 9 years 219 

10 to 14 years 193 

15 to 19 years .. 195 

20 to 24 years 168 

25 to 34 years 419 

35 to 44 years 396 

45 to 54 years 353 

55 to 64 years 283 

65 to 74 years 249 

75 to 84 years 138 

85 years and over 28 

3 and 4 years 80 

16 years and over 2 192 

18 years and over 2 116 

21 years and over 1 992 

60 years and over 558 

62 years and over 500 

Median 35.8 

Female 1 384 

Under 5 years 89 

5 to 9 years 113 

10 to 14 years 91 

15 to 19 years 99 

20 to 24 years 79 

25 to 34 years . 202 

35 to 44 years 197 

45 to 54 years 160 

55 to 64 years 143 

65 to 74 years 130 

75 to 84 years 63 

85 years and over IE 

3 and 4 years 43 

1 6 years and over 1 071 

18 yeors and over 1 022 

21 years and over 972 

60 years and over 286 

62 years and over 258 

Median 35.8 

Male 1 448 

Median age 35.8 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 2 832 

In households 2 832 

Householder 1 021 

Family householder 803 

Nonfamily householder 218 

Living alone 177 

Spouse 724 

Child 918 

Other relatives 72 

Nonrelatives 97 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 2.77 

Persons per family 3.13 

Persons 65 years and over 415 

In households 415 

Householder 260 

Nonfamily householder 87 

Living alone 85 

Spouse 128 

Other relatives 21 

Nonrelatives 6 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families _. 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Moles 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 yeors and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



230.1 
88.8 



6 290 

401 
521 
457 
419 
285 
904 
1 060 
708 
662 
523 
286 
64 

169 
4 811 
4 647 
4 437 
1 201 

1 063 
36.2 

3 121 

202 
231 
227 
199 
118 
471 
512 
348 
317 
292 
166 
38 

83 

2 417 
2 338 

2 241 
637 
577 

36.9 

3 169 
35.6 



6 290 

6 290 

2 359 

1 827 

532 

451 

1 635 

2 004 
120 
172 



2.67 
3.06 
873 
873 
576 
242 
238 
259 
35 
3 



161.8 
62.5 



3 499 

266 
266 
253 
223 
179 
541 
599 
470 
360 
231 
92 
19 



111 

2 652 

2 562 

2 464 

499 

426 

35.3 

1 720 

131 
133 
115 
114 
91 
265 
289 
242 
166 
116 
48 
10 

49 

1 308 

1 265 

1 222 

245 

204 

35.4 

1 779 

35.3 



3 499 

3 499 

1 233 

1 050 

183 

146 

963 

1 157 

77 

69 



2.84 

3.09 

342 

342 

217 

63 

60 

110 

10 

5 



107 



803 


1 827 


1 050 


1 558 


767 


641 


549 


121 


335 


811 


466 


821 


351 


249 


290 


56 


675 


1 569 


903 


1 519 


586 


470 


561 


94 


724 


1 635 


963 


1 411 


612 


560 


507 


101 


300 


705 


425 


733 


249 


219 


264 


47 


617 


1 385 


833 


1 372 


436 


416 


517 


77 


47 


128 


55 


105 


121 


59 


33 


16 


20 


76 


25 


67 


85 


20 


24 


8 


35 


135 


50 


115 


127 


35 


41 


15 


1 138 


2 450 


1 373 


2 004 


1 197 


842 


777 


178 


293 


555 


300 


436 


399 


198 


191 


47 


740 


1 661 


977 


1 437 


621 


567 


518 


105 


6 


19 


6 


15 


27 


8 


9 


3 


26 


54 


17 


17 


23 


19 


23 


2 


73 


161 


73 


99 


127 


50 


36 


21 


1 091 


2 461 


1 341 


2 000 


1 384 


859 


808 


172 


193 


370 


218 


327 


414 


157 


135 


33 


737 


1 664 


976 


1 431 


626 


566 


522 


104 


10 


24 


8 


23 


18 


4 


6 


2 


100 


260 


77 


89 


166 


76 


100 


11 


51 


143 


62 


130 


160 


56 


45 


22 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 17 



Table 1. General Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LAND AREA 

Square kilometers . 
Square miles 



AGE 

All persons. 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over ... 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over ... 
60 years and over __. 
62 years and over ... 
Median 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 (pt.) 



Tract 31.98 (pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Female -- 

Under 5 yeors 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 yeors 

85 years and over . 

3 and 4 years 

1 6 years and over . 
18 years and over . 

21 years and over . 
60 years and over . 
62 years and over . 
Median 

Male -_ 
Median age 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 



FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 
Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 



MARITAL STATUS 

Males IS years and over. 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Females 15 years and over . 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



98 

22 
69 

1 
1 
5 

103 

20 
69 

1 



Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 (pt.) 



77 


113 


28 


53 


52 


104 


68 


102 


24 


50 


46 


97 


8 


8 


4 


2 


6 


5 



142 

30 
102 

3 

7 

143 

23 

103 
1 
8 



Tract 37.02 (pt.) 



1.0 


1.4 


.2 


31.9 


.4 


.5 


.1 


12.3 


246 


372 


103 


3 282 


18 


22 


8 


201 


15 


29 


6 


238 


12 


36 


1 


277 


17 


28 


4 


231 


17 


13 


8 


122 


44 


41 


22 


470 


34 


79 


13 


627 


17 


58 


14 


511 


36 


40 


7 


347 


28 


22 


15 


171 


7 


4 


5 


76 


1 




- 


11 


5 


7 


3 


91 


198 


281 


86 


2 513 


194 


267 


85 


2 407 


182 


253 


83 


2 313 


55 


36 


20 


402 


46 


33 


20 


334 


35.0 


36.8 


35.8 


36.8 


124 


186 


54 


1 627 


8 


12 


6 


99 


6 


15 


4 


135 


7 


16 


- 


135 


7 


15 


1 


103 


10 


5 


4 


59 


23 


22 


11 


233 


16 


39 


7 


310 


9 


30 


6 


252 


17 


17 


3 


165 


15 


13 


9 


89 


5 


2 


3 


40 


1 


- 


- 


7 


1 


3 


2 


47 


102 


141 


43 


1 237 


101 


132 


43 


1 189 


94 


126 


43 


1 148 


30 


18 


12 


200 


25 


17 


12 


168 


36.0 


36.6 


35.5 


36.8 


122 


186 


49 


1 655 


34.5 


37.0 


37.3 


36.8 


246 


372 


103 


3 282 


246 


372 


103 


3 282 


100 


130 


42 


1 160 


77 


113 


32 


989 


23 


17 


10 


171 


20 


15 


9 


126 


68 


102 


30 


907 


72 


132 


26 


1 093 


1 


4 


3 


50 


5 


4 


2 


72 


2.46 


2.86 


2.45 


2.83 


2.83 


3.11 


2.84 


3.07 


36 


26 


20 


258 


36 


26 


20 


258 


24 


18 


12 


155 


7 


6 


4 


44 


7 


6 


4 


41 


11 


7 


8 


84 


} 


1 


_ 


15 






_ 


4 



8 


452 


18 


848 


30 


907 


8 


410 


18 


792 


1 


56 




28 


- 


38 


44 


1 308 


8 


302 


31 


918 




6 


_ 


8 


5 


74 


44 


1 258 


8 


197 


31 


915 




15 


4 


69 


1 


62 



18 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 2. General Characteristics of White Persons: 1990 

[Threshold and complementary threshold are 400 persons. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Oshkosh- 
Neenah, Wl MSA 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city (pt.) 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Neenah city 



Oshkosh city 



Outogamie County 



Tract 130 



AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Mole 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child. 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 yeors and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



306 775 

23 030 

23 777 
21 920 

21 482 

24 024 
54 887 
45 814 
29 990 

24 725 
20 287 
12 542 

4 297 

9 482 

233 796 
226 070 
211 440 
49 422 
44 326 
32.1 

156 024 

11 232 

11 717 
10 529 

10 644 

12 131 

27 259 

22 642 
14 990 
12 650 

11 347 
7 733 

3 150 

4 577 
120 507 
116 760 
109 271 

28 524 

25 921 
32.9 

150 751 
31.3 



306 775 


298 228 


113 559 


81 252 


32 307 


25 936 


69 846 


98 171 


5 085 


11 567 


3 722 


4 825 


2.63 


3.13 


37 126 


34 631 


23 912 


11 196 


10 941 


9 040 


1 351 


328 


2 382 


113 



81 


252 


40 


694 


77 982 


69 861 


34 037 


67 


446 


8 555 


5 


316 


8 


503 


115 


502 


33 


378 


71 


324 


1 


056 


2 


510 


7 


234 


122 


546 


28 


041 


71 


171 


1 


298 


12 


789 


9 


247 



136 043 

10 845 

11 008 
10 399 

9 312 

9 713 

24 958 

20 647 

13 244 

10 483 

8 477 

5 216 

1 741 

4 441 
101 778 

98 188 

92 619 

20 671 

18 503 
31.7 

68 940 

5 312 

5 407 
4 998 
4 506 

4 914 

12 403 

10 225 

6 625 

5 350 
4 737 
3 185 

1 278 

2 107 
52 264 
50 529 
47 779 

11 868 
10 751 

32.5 

67 103 

30.9 



136 043 


133 544 


49 445 


36 360 


13 085 


10 637 


31 584 


46 078 


2 147 


4 290 


1 406 


1 093 


2.70 


3.20 


15 434 


14 363 


9 834 


4 386 


4 290 


3 871 


549 


109 


1 052 


19 



36 360 


18 830 


36 758 


31 580 


16 054 


32 329 


3 554 


2 183 


3 524 


50 568 


13 975 


32 174 


413 


982 


3 024 


53 223 


11 578 


32 109 


468 


5 259 


3 809 



54 173 

4 080 

4 030 
3 650 
3 548 

3 987 
10 082 

8 276 

5 076 

4 291 

3 753 
2 492 

908 

1 612 
41 683 
40 420 
38 027 

9 329 
8 463 

32.7 

28 127 

2 039 
1 962 
1 746 

1 728 

2 063 

5 068 

4 218 



2 592 
2 273 
2 160 
1 581 
697 

784 

22 036 

21 436 

20 218 

5 580 

5 118 

33.8 

26 046 

31.5 



54 173 


52 426 


21 055 


14 342 


6 713 


5 517 


12 089 


16 391 


852 


2 039 


695 


1 052 


2.49 


3.05 


7 153 


6 600 


4 633 


2 266 


2 223 


1 699 


213 


55 


545 



14 342 


7 152 


13 310 


12 092 


5 801 


11 243 


1 775 


1 117 


1 729 


20 033 


5 710 


12 347 


178 


430 


1 368 


22 380 


5 212 


12 344 


248 


2 568 


2 008 



136 822 


9 389 


9 657 


8 652 


9 758 


12 334 


23 853 


20 114 


13 569 


11 564 


9 659 


6 119 


2 154 


3 883 


107 427 


104 307 


96 504 


23 663 


21 290 


32.8 


70 060 


4 550 


4 724 


4 166 


4 984 


6 211 


11 852 


9 917 


6 814 


5 955 


5 443 


3 846 


1 598 


1 894 


55 796 


54 280 


50 145 


13 881 


12 650 


33.7 


66 762 


31.8 



136 822 


131 051 


52 442 


35 709 


16 733 


13 219 


30 173 


39 527 


2 418 


6 491 


2 043 


3 728 


2.50 


3.02 


17 932 


16 755 


11 717 


5 795 


5 649 


4 221 


641 


176 


1 083 


94 



35 709 


16 889 


31 167 


30 182 


13 636 


26 040 


4 235 


2 642 


4 210 


52 504 


16 067 


30 931 


566 


1 258 


3 682 


56 620 


14 005 


30 853 


713 


6 311 


4 738 



22 759 

1 806 
1 884 
1 674 
1 389 

1 388 
4 283 
3 421 

2 224 
1 874 

1 516 
955 
345 

768 
17 099 
16 559 
15 759 

3 744 
3 364 

32.5 

11 677 

881 
902 
786 
672 
691 

2 199 
1 707 

1 144 
977 
846 
616 
256 

394 
8 974 
8 705 
8 307 

2 210 
2 010 

33.7 

11 082 

31.5 



22 759 


22 607 


8 891 


6 223 


2 668 


2 229 


5 195 


7 372 


357 


792 


152 


2.55 


3.08 


2 816 


2 669 


1 892 


961 


941 


667 


85 


25 


147 



223 

181 
986 
194 
524 
943 
795 
544 
877 



8 287 

2 143 

5 279 

100 

199 

566 

9 108 

1 822 

5 276 

129 

987 

894 



52 945 



3 287 


3 171 


2 686 


4 595 


7 219 


8 989 


6 845 


4 324 


4 126 


3 878 


2 785 


1 040 


1 326 


43 261 


42 202 


37 289 


9 832 


8 979 


30.9 


27 822 


1 606 


1 563 


1 319 


2 535 


3 670 


4 451 


3 359 


2 222 


2 202 


2 274 


1 831 


790 


642 


23 054 


22 531 


19 770 


6 049 


5 608 


32.0 


25 123 


29.7 



52 945 


48 370 


20 535 


12 422 


8 113 


6 155 


10 055 


13 096 


967 


3 717 


954 


3 621 


2.36 


2.95 


7 703 


7 162 


5 157 


2 798 


2 736 


1 671 


268 


66 


524 


17 



12 422 


5 743 


10 245 


10 059 


4 325 


8 059 


1 897 


1 188 


1 835 


20 467 


7 854 


10 399 


216 


542 


1 456 


23 334 


7 686 


10 339 


302 


2 921 


2 086 



2 473 

206 

216 

243 

227 

179 

418 

422 

265 

139 

97 

45 

16 

96 

1 763 

1 667 

1 544 

227 

195 

29.1 

1 152 

103 
96 
118 
98 
81 
196 
188 
120 
69 
48 
23 
12 

47 
815 
769 
718 
122 
103 
29.6 
1 321 
28.5 



2 473 

2 380 

705 

609 

96 

73 

561 

1 009 

50 

55 

93 



3.41 
3.71 
158 

139 
90 
24 
24 
36 
11 
2 
19 



609 

380 

779 

552 

352 

730 

33 

17 

34 



973 

312 

581 

9 

7 
64 

835 

177 

566 

5 

57 

30 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 19 



Table 3. General Characteristics of Black Persons: 1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Oshkosh city 



AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years — 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelotives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now morried, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



932 

85 
66 

45 

113 

137 

275 

151 

44 

11 

4 

1 

39 
718 
694 
596 

11 

7 

26.3 

247 

36 

31 
19 
51 
35 
41 
21 
10 
2 

1 

19 

157 

148 

99 

2 

2 

19.5 

685 

28.4 



932 


697 


435 


505 


308 


208 


158 


107 


72 


98 


63 


43 


60 


44 


29 


36 


25 


15 


38 


24 


16 


228 


129 


85 


16 


8 


5 


65 


40 


30 


332 


322 


160 


95 


67 


67 


2.70 


2.54 


2.53 


3.20 


3.06 


2.98 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


3 


2 


2 


1 



697 

55 
36 

22 

64 

119 

227 

123 

39 

7 

4 

1 

27 
575 
562 
495 
9 
6 
27.5 

160 

25 

18 

8 

27 

31 

29 

11 

9 

1 



14 

106 

102 

71 

2 

2 

20.2 

537 

29.3 



435 

37 

24 

13 

51 

84 

126 

66 

24 

6 

3 

1 

17 
356 
349 
289 
7 
4 
26.3 

116 

18 
9 
5 

23 

28 

19 

8 

5 



9 

83 

81 

51 

1 

1 

20.3 

319 

28.6 



98 


63 


43 


68 


42 


29 


212 


120 


78 


71 


46 


30 


45 


28 


18 


109 


58 


38 


17 


11 


11 


14 


9 


9 


86 


50 


37 


575 


475 


277 


347 


297 


169 


138 


105 


72 


21 


16 


5 


4 


4 


3 


65 


53 


28 


161 


109 


84 


106 


75 


62 


39 


25 


16 


3 


1 


- 


12 


7 


5 



20 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 4. General Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 



[Threshold is 400 persons. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Outagamie 
County 



Winnebago 
County 



2 796 

265 

264 

286 

285 

222 

500 

377 

244 

167 

98 

73 

15 

110 

1 926 

1 807 

1 645 

264 

233 

26.5 

1 387 

117 

131 

133 

163 

107 

231 

186 

127 

87 

49 

48 

8 

52 
976 
909 
816 
146 
131 
27.0 
1 409 
26.1 



1 965 

205 

201 

222 

195 

125 

319 

247 

174 

122 

77 

66 

12 

83 

1 297 

1 208 

1 112 

215 

191 

25.9 

988 

91 
100 
95 
115 
57 
155 
134 
89 
64 
39 
43 
6 

39 
679 
627 
574 
120 
108 

28.1 
977 

24.9 



685 

47 

46 

52 

73 

88 

154 

107 

55 

37 

19 

6 

1 

20 

529 

505 

449 

42 

36 

27.3 

318 

16 
18 
33 
40 
43 
60 
44 
30 
20 
9 
5 

7 
247 
234 
200 
23 
20 
26.6 
367 
27.7 



796 


1 965 


685 


1 357 


672 


1 916 


612 


1 324 


851 


591 


211 


388 


649 


460 


145 


315 


202 


131 


66 


73 


156 


104 


47 


62 


411 


280 


109 


176 


125 


856 


213 


627 


148 


113 


27 


94 


137 


76 


52 


39 


97 


46 


49 


33 


27 


3 


24 


- 


3.13 


3.22 


2.91 


3.34 


3.59 


3.66 


3.46 


3.73 


186 


155 


26 


124 


158 


130 


23 


102 


109 


93 


14 


73 


45 


39 


6 


31 


45 


39 


6 


31 


33 


26 


6 


20 


14 


10 


2 


9 


2 


1 


1 


- 


27 


24 


3 


22 


1 


1 


- 


- 



649 


460 


145 


315 


412 


285 


97 


191 


884 


679 


160 


493 


416 


287 


99 


182 


254 


172 


62 


105 


566 


431 


108 


299 


185 


138 


34 


107 


132 


95 


28 


74 


277 


214 


46 


168 


975 


635 


289 


411 


371 


238 


120 


161 


445 


294 


119 


183 


26 


17 


9 


10 


22 


18 


4 


12 


111 


68 


37 


45 


1 006 


702 


251 


481 


316 


205 


93 


138 


442 


313 


108 


202 


34 


29 


3 


24 


88 


68 


17 


53 


126 


87 


30 


64 



Outagamie County 



Tract 130 



1 357 

158 
155 
152 
127 

78 
194 
159 

111 
99 
54 
58 
12 

66 
867 
804 
746 
172 
154 
25.4 

695 

71 
78 
65 
77 
33 
97 
94 
60 
50 
27 
37 
6 

31 
465 
428 
398 
94 
86 
28.3 
662 
22.9 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 21 



Table 5. General Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 



[Threshold is 400 persons. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years. 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Mole 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living olone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 yeors and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



3 805 

624 

649 

435 

391 

304 

491 

384 

283 

125 

70 

46 

3 

254 

2 017 

1 862 

1 631 

173 

151 

17.5 

1 964 

297 

335 

217 

190 

166 

252 

217 

148 

68 

47 

24 

3 

124 

1 079 

998 

885 

103 

89 

18.5 

1 841 

16.4 



3 805 

3 691 

729 

643 

86 

70 

641 

2 Oil 

250 

60 

9 

105 

4.76 

5.20 

119 

113 

34 

6 

6 

14 

63 

2 

6 



643 

521 

1 857 

564 

463 

1 694 

66 

53 

142 



982 

349 

601 

8 

9 

15 

1 115 

273 

697 

16 

98 

31 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



1 904 

333 

369 

237 

208 

132 

205 

174 

125 

61 

37 

23 

137 
921 
840 
726 
88 
78 
15.3 

960 

166 

188 

116 

85 

77 

105 

94 

63 

33 

23 

10 

76 
473 
435 
388 
44 
39 
15.6 
944 
15.1 



1 904 

1 855 

337 

312 

25 

20 

294 

1 083 

125 

16 

6 

43 

5.29 

5.59 

60 

56 
18 
2 
2 
9 

28 
1 
4 



312 

267 

1 009 

270 

234 

917 

37 

31 

82 



475 

170 

290 

1 

5 
9 

490 

111 

314 

8 

42 

15 



1 448 

275 

283 

175 

163 

100 

150 

120 

101 

45 

19 

17 

114 
684 
621 
528 
56 
49 
14.7 

742 

136 
150 
89 
68 
62 
73 
68 
52 
20 
14 
10 

60 
355 
325 
285 
30 
27 
14.6 
706 
14.8 



1 448 

1 404 

257 

240 

17 

16 

215 

833 

88 

11 

1 

43 

5.35 

5.63 

36 

36 
10 
2 
2 
6 
19 
1 



240 

208 

786 

204 

180 

709 

32 

27 

75 



348 

123 

216 

1 

3 

5 

367 

85 

228 

5 

35 

14 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Oshkosh city 



1 728 

270 

266 

168 

169 

169 

258 

180 

137 

59 

28 

21 

3 

111 
990 
925 
812 
74 
64 
19.8 

913 

127 

141 

90 

97 

89 

126 

106 

70 

33 

19 

12 

3 

46 
537 
499 
435 
50 
43 
20.1 
815 
19.3 



1 728 

1 664 
355 
302 

53 

43 
307 
850 
110 

42 
2 

62 

4.35 

4.85 

52 

51 
16 
4 
4 
4 

30 
1 
1 



302 

231 

774 

271 

209 

705 

23 

19 

58 



469 

167 
286 

7 
4 
5 

555 

151 

338 

4 

49 

13 



1 201 

213 

195 

109 

110 

136 

194 

102 

71 

39 

20 

11 

1 

87 
665 
628 
541 
47 
41 
19.2 

621 

97 

102 

58 

64 

72 

90 

56 

37 

23 

14 

7 

1 

41 
353 
332 
282 
34 
28 
19.4 
580 
18.8 



1 201 

1 138 

233 

202 

31 

22 

195 

602 

73 

35 

1 

62 

4.65 

5.10 

32 

32 

12 
2 
2 

3 
16 

1 



202 

159 

551 

182 

143 

506 

16 

13 

38 



320 

117 

195 
3 
2 
3 

364 

105 
217 

2 
35 

5 



22 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 6. General Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Oshkosh city 



AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



2 280 

293 

264 

251 

276 

252 

374 

280 

136 

80 

52 

18 

4 

107 

1 412 

1 324 

1 139 

111 

100 

21.0 

1 105 

146 
121 
133 
141 
109 
161 
138 
76 
41 
25 
10 
4 

51 

676 

631 

539 

59 

53 

20.5 

1 175 

21.5 



2 280 

2 157 
554 
406 
148 

87 

330 

1 024 

78 
171 

59 

64 

3.17 
3.63 
74 
73 
50 
21 
18 
13 



406 

298 
885 
304 
221 
633 
71 
60 
221 



767 

314 
359 

16 
5 

73 

705 

255 

337 

23 

28 

62 



987 

136 
105 
113 
143 
104 
141 
130 
59 
34 
12 



44 
604 
555 
472 
38 
35 
19.9 

471 

73 

42 

57 

70 

41 

62 

65 

35 

13 

6 

5 

2 

23 
287 
259 
222 
22 
21 
19.5 
516 
20.3 



987 

959 

245 

172 

73 

46 

141 

458 

32 

83 

10 

18 

3.18 

3.70 

22 

21 

16 

9 

9 

3 

2 

1 



172 

133 

394 

127 

98 

288 

31 

26 

96 



334 

134 

148 

7 

2 

43 

299 

105 

148 

10 

11 

25 



499 

76 
54 
56 

74 
58 
65 
79 

19 
10 
4 
3 

1 

23 
301 
280 
229 
12 
11 
19.4 

240 

46 

19 

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33 

24 

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134 
112 
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476 

115 

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25 

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228 

15 

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3.77 
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58 
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15 
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68 
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58 

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143 

142 

121 

114 

132 

215 

121 

69 

41 

34 

10 

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59 

711 

680 

588 

64 

58 

21.6 

553 

63 
68 
69 
62 
62 
86 
58 
37 
25 
16 
5 
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26 
339 
324 
274 
33 
28 
20.9 
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22.9 



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207 

70 

37 

158 

495 

42 

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48 

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3.16 

3.60 

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46 

31 

12 

9 

7 

6 

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148 
433 
154 
108 
295 
37 
32 
119 



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162 

185 

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353 

134 

158 

11 

16 

34 



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55 

53 

30 

56 

71 

83 

53 

22 

18 

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6 

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297 

240 

22 

20 

21.8 

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20 

24 

13 

35 

36 

25 

25 

11 

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138 
103 
12 
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396 

124 

82 

42 

18 

58 

172 

8 

34 

14 

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15 
11 
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60 
150 
65 
46 
108 
14 
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76 

77 

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73 

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APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 23 



Table 7. General Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 

[Threshold and complementary threshold are 400 persons. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 


kosh-Neenah, 


Wl MSA 


305 397 


22 851 


23 620 


21 754 


21 322 


23 882 


54 678 


45 643 


29 901 


24 677 


20 247 


12 529 


4 293 


9 420 


232 954 


225 276 


210 755 


49 342 


44 253 


32.1 


155 307 


11 134 


11 646 


10 438 


10 556 


12 070 


27 153 


22 549 


14 940 


12 620 


11 330 


7 725 


3 146 


4 546 


120 067 


116 346 


108 915 


28 481 


25 882 


33.0 


150 090 


31.3 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Oshkosh city 



AGE 

All persons 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years and over 

Median 

Female 

Under 5 years 

5 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 54 years 

55 to 64 years 

65 to 74 years 

75 to 84 years 

85 years and over 

3 and 4 years 

16 years and over 

18 years and over 

21 years and over 

60 years and over 

62 years ond over 

Median _ 

Male 

Median age 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP 

All persons 

In households 

Householder 

Family householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Child 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quorters 

Persons per household 

Persons per family 

Persons 65 years and over 

In households 

Householder 

Nonfamily householder 

Living alone 

Spouse 

Other relatives 

Nonrelatives 

Institutionalized persons 

Other persons in group quarters 

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN 

Families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Married-couple families 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

Number of own children under 18 years 

MARITAL STATUS 

Males 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Seporoted " 

Widowed ] 

Divorced . ] 

Females 15 years and over 

Never married 

Now married, except separated 

Separated 

Widowed 

Divorced 



305 397 


296 918 


113 


243 


81 


015 


32 


228 


25 


892 


69 


622 


97 


529 


5 


045 


11 


479 


3 


693 


4 786 




2.63 




3.13 


37 06 


34 


574 


23 


872 


11 


180 


10 928 


9 030 


1 


346 




326 


2 


382 




113 



81 015 


40 527 


77 434 


69 686 


33 917 


67 043 


8 512 


5 279 


8 379 


115 083 


33 211 


71 118 


1 045 


2 507 


7 202 


122 089 


27 882 


70 942 


1 286 


12 772 


9 207 



135 505 

10 769 

10 949 

10 325 

9 240 

9 666 

24 886 

20 575 

13 208 

10 470 

8 467 

5 211 

1 739 

4 419 
101 462 

97 897 
92 368 
20 649 
18 481 
31.7 

68 660 

5 265 

5 386 
4 959 
4 468 

4 896 
12 368 

10 182 

6 604 

5 343 
4 732 
3 181 

1 276 

2 093 
52 096 
50 376 
47 646 

11 853 
10 736 

32.5 

66 845 

30.9 



135 505 


133 021 


49 321 


36 269 


13 052 


10 616 


31 495 


45 815 


2 137 


4 253 


1 399 


1 085 


2.70 


3.20 


15 417 


14 346 


9 821 


4 379 


4 283 


3 868 


548 


109 


1 052 


19 



36 269 


18 759 


36 526 


31 514 


16 004 


32 156 


3 537 


2 167 


3 470 


50 412 


13 918 


32 098 


409 


982 


3 005 


53 050 


11 524 


32 015 


465 


5 254 


3 792 



53 891 



4 034 


3 996 


3 614 


3 513 


3 966 


10 049 


8 227 


5 062 


4 284 


3 749 


2 490 


907 


1 598 


41 521 


40 269 


37 898 


9 320 


8 454 


32.7 


27 983 


2 010 


1 953 


1 728 


1 713 


2 053 


5 052 


4 187 


2 585 


2 269 


2 158 


1 579 


696 


774 


21 948 


21 353 


20 145 


5 573 


5 111 


33.9 


25 908 


31.6 



53 891 


52 155 


20 994 


14 299 


6 695 


5 505 


12 043 


16 251 


847 


2 020 


692 


1 044 


2.49 


3.05 


7 146 


6 593 


4 629 


2 264 


2 221 


1 697 


212 


55 


545 


8 



14 299 


7 116 


13 184 


12 060 


5 774 


11 150 


1 765 


1 108 


1 696 


19 955 


5 678 


12 311 


176 


430 


1 360 


22 292 


5 186 


12 295 


247 


2 567 


1 997 



136 094 

9 295 

9 574 

8 571 

9 684 

12 252 
23 731 

20 035 

13 522 
II 533 

9 634 

6 111 

2 152 

3 846 
106 976 
103 874 

96 130 
23 613 

21 245 
32.8 

69 684 

4 505 
4 684 
4 119 

4 941 
6 173 

11 792 
9 877 
6 788 

5 934 
5 433 
3 842 
1 596 

1 878 
55 562 
54 056 
49 954 
13 856 

12 629 
33.8 

66 410 
31.9 



136 094 


130 375 


52 272 


35 582 


16 690 


13 198 


30 061 


39 201 


2 392 


6 449 


2 022 


3 697 


2.50 


3.02 


17 897 


16 720 


11 693 


5 786 


5 643 


4 216 


637 


174 


1 083 


94 



35 


582 


16 804 


30 891 


30 089 


13 


575 


25 


843 


4 211 


2 


623 


4 


145 


52 278 


15 


971 


30 


821 




559 


1 


256 


3 


671 


56 376 


13 


914 


30 


740 




705 


6 


300 


4 


717 



52 637 

3 252 

3 135 

2 664 

4 557 

7 173 

8 936 
6 805 
4 312 
4 112 

3 873 
2 780 
1 038 

1 315 
43 054 
42 002 
37 128 

9 814 
8 962 

30.9 

27 677 



593 
550 
309 
508 
647 
430 
341 
2 216 
2 195 
2 272 
1 828 
788 

640 

22 950 

22 433 

19 696 

6 040 

5 599 

32.1 

24 960 

29.8 



52 637 


48 102 


20 450 


12 366 


8 084 


6 144 


10 013 


12 975 


964 


3 700 


945 


3 590 


2.36 


2.95 


7 691 


7 150 


5 148 


2 794 


2 733 


1 669 


268 


65 


524 


17 



12 366 


5 703 


10 141 


10 016 


4 295 


7 984 


1 885 


1 179 


1 811 


20 361 


7 809 


10 349 


212 


542 


1 449 


23 225 


7 634 


10 297 


299 


2 916 


2 079 



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Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 


Appleton-Osh- 

kosh--Neenah, 

Wl MSA 


Calumet County 


Outagamie County 


Winnebago County 


Total 


Appleton city 
(pt.) 


Menosha city 
(pt.) 


Total 


Appleton city 
(pt.) 


Kaukauno city 


Total 


Appleton city 
(pt.) 


Menasha city 
(pt.) 


All housing units. 

TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 


120 511 

115 515 

81 188 

70.3 

80 370 

41 

470 

231 

76 

225 

80 225 
34 327 
33 189 
117 
381 
498 
142 

329 

33 018 

4 996 

867 

1 076 

428 

1 634 

11 

980 

39 

760 

2 442 
8 266 

20 568 
28 087 

25 447 
16 812 

18 129 
5.5 
5.7 
5.5 
6.1 
4.1 

83 754 

2 736 
12 918 

3 926 

4 597 
3 905 

2 295 
1 902 

3 285 
1 193 

115 515 

26 241 
38 180 

19 361 
19 268 

8 600 

3 865 

2.33 

2.51 

1.85 

113 741 

1 390 

384 

.46 

66 667 

413 

7 790 
22 590 
19 346 

8 388 

5 659 
1 531 

526 

210 

214 

62 100 

70 500 

33 338 

319 
323 
208 
662 
32 217 
913 


12 465 

11 772 

9 258 

78.6 

9 199 

3 

28 

24 

4 

18 

9 186 

2 514 

2 473 

3 

21 

13 

4 

14 
2 464 

693 

106 

79 

50 

311 

1 

146 

5 

31 
157 
592 

1 701 

2 918 
2 691 

1 955 

2 420 
5.8 
6.0 
5.9 
6.2 
4.3 

9 490 
188 
887 
203 
395 
368 
171 

648 
115 

11 772 

2 093 

3 645 
2 078 
2 196 

1 179 
581 

2.57 
2.82 
1.98 

11 578 
173 
21 
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7 033 

56 
941 

2 257 
2 246 

772 

511 

171 

47 

25 

7 

61 900 

68 200 

2 337 

278 
281 
8 
194 
2 216 
113 


3 153 

3 080 

2 223 

72.2 

2 190 

3 

9 

18 

3 

8 

2 185 

857 

833 

3 

9 

8 

4 

10 
828 

73 

30 

18 

9 

1 

15 

6 

30 
167 
554 
922 
695 
380 
399 
5.4 
5.6 
5.4 
5.9 
4.2 

2 220 

91 
207 

22 
186 
266 

73 

78 
10 

3 080 

444 
947 
608 
649 
317 
115 
2.75 
3.12 
2.08 

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49 

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4 

70 

451 

939 

317 

153 

71 

24 

8 

4 

68 500 

77 500 

848 

356 
355 

1 
337 
840 

7 


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24 

21 

87.5 

21 

21 
3 
3 

3 
2 

2 

1 

4 

8 

5 

8 

6.5 

6.8 

6.4 

6.3 

7.0 

25 

1 

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1 

9 
4 
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2 

3.00 
3.33 
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24 
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13 

1 

8 
2 

1 

1 

52 500 
63 800 

3 

313 
312 

3 


51 923 

50 527 

36 507 

72.3 

36 007 

15 

366 

85 

34 

86 

35 954 
14 020 
13 438 

30 
225 
252 

75 

159 
13 367 

1 396 

331 
356 
164 
178 

10 
357 

17 

274 

949 

3 253 
8 695 

12 272 
11 420 

7 382 

7 678 
5.5 
5.7 
5.6 
6.1 
4.1 

36 569 
1 323 
5 518 
1 388 
1 821 
1 823 

876 

652 

1 448 

505 

50 527 

10 797 
16 307 

8 454 

8 779 

4 224 

1 966 
2.39 
2.66 
1.84 

49 623 
697 
207 
.48 

30 046 

171 

2 790 

9 852 
9 361 
4 246 
2 667 

642 

192 

61 

64 

63 900 

71 100 

13 623 

327 
331 
40 
445 
13 231 
352 


22 088 

21 467 

14 201 

66.2 

14 101 

12 

30 

51 

7 

28 

14 079 

7 266 

6 954 

20 

45 

206 

41 

87 

6 915 

621 

196 
179 
82 
34 

130 
3 

171 
477 

1 631 

4 001 

5 136 

4 719 

2 877 

3 076 
5.4 
5.6 
5.5 
6.1 
4.1 

14 657 
623 
3 111 
781 
881 
824 
498 
483 
27 
203 

21 467 

5 576 

7 190 
3 412 

3 307 
1 383 

599 
2.22 
2.42 
1.76 

21 128 
215 
124 
.45 

12 816 

51 
1 021 

4 613 
4 077 
1 608 
1 005 

269 

104 

32 

36 

62 800 

70 700 

7 211 

335 
337 
31 
471 
7 046 
134 


4 454 

4 365 

3 099 

71.0 

3 085 

11 
2 

1 

4 

3 082 

1 266 

1 212 

1 

20 

32 

1 

5 
1 209 

89 

16 
33 
10 

6 

24 

19 

89 

316 

781 

1 138 

1 014 

590 

507 

5.4 

5.5 

5.4 

5.9 

4.0 

3 145 
117 
664 
127 
140 

67 
80 
71 
8 
35 

4 365 

1 023 

1 345 
703 
725 
392 
177 

2.36 
2.61 
1.80 

4 274 
67 
24 
.49 

2 756 

18 

447 

1 204 

809 

193 

65 

12 

2 

3 

3 

54 600 

58 000 

1 255 

292 

285 

2 

157 

1 227 

26 


56 123 

53 216 

35 423 

66.6 

35 164 

23 

76 

122 

38 

121 

35 085 

17 793 

17 278 

84 

135 

233 

63 

156 

17 187 

2 907 

430 

641 

214 

1 145 

477 
17 

455 
1 336 
4 421 

10 172 

12 897 

11 336 

7 475 

8 031 
5.4 
5.6 
5.4 
6.1 
4.2 

37 695 

1 225 

6 513 

2 335 

2 381 
1 714 
1 248 
1 250 
1 189 

573 

S3 216 

13 351 

18 228 
8 829 
8 293 

3 197 

1 318 
2.23 
2.39 
1.83 

52 540 
520 
156 

.45 

29 588 

186 

4 059 
10 481 

7 739 
3 370 

2 481 
718 
287 
124 
143 

60 100 
70 300 

17 378 

316 
322 
160 
740 
16 770 
448 


287 

271 
27 

10.0 
27 

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244 
243 

1 

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16 

14 

2 

1 

21 

86 

116 

41 

13 

3 

6 

3.8 

3.9 

3.8 

4.7 

3.8 

19 
10 
21 

6 
63 
25 

4 
130 

9 
271 

145 

100 

12 

9 

4 

1 

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1.50- 

270 

1 

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15 

1 
10 
2 

1 
1 

56 500 
59 300 

243 

609 
598 
117 
793 
125 
1 


6 142 

5 956 




3 697 




62.1 


White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


3 673 

14 
4 


Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 


6 

15 
3 664 
2 259 


White— - 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


2 195 

3 

31 

23 


Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 


7 

19 
2 185 

186 


For sale only 


41 




73 




19 


For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 


22 




31 


Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 


2 

53 

170 

596 

1 249 

1 504 

1 272 


7 rooms 


685 


8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 


613 
5.2 


Mean, all housing units 


5.3 


Median, occupied housing units 


5.2 


Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 


5.9 

4.0 


UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 


3 767 


1, attached 


139 


2 


1 056 


3 or 4 


229 


5 to 9 


198 


10 to 19 


93 


20 to 49 


493 


50 or more 


58 


Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 


61 
48 

5 956 


PERSONS IN UNIT 

4 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 


1 706 

1 902 
954 
904 
361 
129 
2.17 
2.36 
1.74 


PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less— 

1.01 to 1.50 


5 881 
58 




17 




.46 


VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $20,000 


3 228 

16 


$20,000 to $39,999 


514 


$40,000 to $59,999 


1 545 


$60,000 to $79,999 


754 


$80,000 to $99,999 


190 


$100,000 to $149,999 


128 


$150,000 to $199,999 


34 


$200,000 to $249,999 


21 


$250,000 to $299,999 


13 


$300,000 or more 


13 


Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 


53 800 
61 300 


CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 


2 246 

309 

303 

2 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


288 


No meals included in rent 


2 208 


No cash rent 


36 



38 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



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Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 


Winnebago County— Con. 


Totals for split tracts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 


Appleton city (pt.). 
County 


Calumet 


Menasha city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 


Remainder of Calumet County 


Area 


Neenah city 


Oshkosh city 


Tract 203.01 


Tract 203.02 


Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 
(pt.) (pt.) 


Tract 203.02 (pt.) 


Tract 201 


Tract 203.01 
Tract 202 (pt.) 


All housing units 


9 261 

9 024 

6 058 

67.1 

6 002 

5 

16 

24 

11 

24 

5 989 
2 966 
2 889 

10 
27 
23 
17 

33 
2 873 

237 

65 
63 
33 
28 

48 

1 

37 
204 
694 

1 678 

2 248 
1 887 
1 205 
1 308 

5.4 
5.6 
5.4 
6.0 
4.1 

6 369 
231 

1 136 
533 
322 
344 
158 
HI 

3 
54 

9 024 

2 257 
2 970 
1 515 

1 446 
576 
260 

2.26 
2.44 
1.81 

8 906 
87 
31 
.46 

5 500 

14 
580 

2 235 

1 548 
490 
379 
113 

76 

23 

42 

59 300 

70 600 

2 947 

312 

315 

5 

277 

2 888 

54 


21 827 

20 957 

11 942 

57.0 

11 838 

13 

20 

60 

11 

41 

11 808 
9 015 
8 697 

59 
59 
173 
27 

83 
8 642 

870 

140 

392 

80 

71 

187 
3 

239 

608 
2 091 
4 278 
4 996 
4 127 
2 792 

2 696 
5.2 
5.4 
5.3 
6.1 
4.2 

12 753 
403 

3 574 
1 290 

1 124 
855 
447 
951 
158 
272 

20 957 

6 223 

7 027 

3 335 

2 834 

1 079 
459 

2.11 
2.27 
1.84 

20 650 

228 

79 

.44 

10 285 

84 

2 143 

4 156 
2 261 

849 

545 

153 

47 

22 

25 

53 300 

61 200 

8 944 

313 
319 
33 
685 
8 722 
189 


2 670 

2 627 

1 786 

68.0 

1 762 

2 

8 

14 

5 

1 757 

841 

819 

3 

7 

8 

4 

9 
814 

43 

6 
16 
9 

12 

6 
26 
155 
515 
830 
612 
306 
220 
5.3 
5.4 
5.3 
5.8 
4.2 

1 818 

91 
203 

22 
186 
266 

73 

2 
9 

2 627 

394 
851 
519 
513 
251 
99 
2.63 
3.05 
2.08 

2 573 

46 

8 

.53 

1 680 

4 

67 

444 

883 

229 

52 

1 

65 600 
67 000 

836 

357 
356 

1 
337 
830 

5 


1 989 

1 839 

1 657 

90.1 

1 644 

1 

4 
5 
3 

5 

1 642 

182 

180 

2 

1 
180 

150 

41 
12 
10 
63 

24 

3 
17 
57 
155 
402 
462 
348 
545 
6.3 
6.5 
6.3 
6.5 
5.0 

1 728 
32 
66 

11 
15 
20 

104 

13 

1 839 

231 

557 
352 
416 
204 
79 
2.87 
2.97 
2.21 

1 818 

20 

1 

.46 

1 287 

3 
58 

189 

305 

230 

284 

145 

42 

24 

7 

87 000 

102 700 

158 

299 
336 

145 

13 


2 668 

2 625 

1 785 

68.0 

1 761 

2 

8 

14 

5 

1 756 

840 

818 

3 

7 

8 

4 

9 
813 

43 

6 
16 
9 

12 

6 
26 
155 
515 
830 
612 
306 
218 
5.3 
5.4 
5.3 
5.8 
4.2 

1 816 

91 
203 

22 
186 
266 

73 

2 
9 

2 625 

394 
850 
519 
512 
251 
99 
2.63 
3.05 
2.08 

2 571 

46 

8 

.53 

1 679 

4 

67 

443 

883 

229 

52 

1 

65 600 
67 000 

835 

357 
356 

1 
337 
829 

5 


485 

455 

438 

96.3 

429 

1 

1 

4 

3 

3 

429 
17 

15 

2 

1 

15 

30 

24 
2 

1 

3 

4 
12 
39 
92 
83 
74 
181 
6.7 
6.8 
6.6 
6.7 
4.2 

404 
4 

76 

1 

455 

50 

97 

89 

137 

66 

16 

3.40 

3.43 

2.33 

452 
3 

.48 

362 

3 
8 

56 

88 

101 

70 

24 

8 

4 

112 000 

126 500 

13 

284 
278 

11 
2 


26 

24 

21 

87.5 

21 

21 
3 
3 

3 
2 

2 

1 

4 

8 

5 

8 

6.5 

6.8 

6.4 

6.3 

7.0 

25 

1 

24 

1 

9 
4 
8 
2 

3.00 
3.33 
2.00 

24 
.46 

13 

1 
8 
2 
1 

1 

52 500 
63 800 

3 

313 
312 

3 


1 508 

1 460 

1 149 

78.7 

1 142 

6 

1 

1 

1 141 

311 

309 

1 
1 

309 

48 

6 

7 
6 

1 

28 

1 

29 
72 
187 
306 
333 
265 
316 
6.0 
6.1 
6.0 
6.3 
4.3 

1 095 
14 
125 
47 
36 
8 
23 

143 
17 

1 460 

296 

434 
251 
270 
140 
69 
2.50 
2.79 
1.71 

1 439 

19 

2 

.46 

845 

7 

175 

349 

212 

55 

42 

4 

1 

53 200 
57 400 

290 

213 
218 
1 
163 
273 
16 


1 408 

1 371 

1 134 

82.7 

1 131 

2 

1 

2 

1 129 

237 

236 

1 

236 

37 

5 
4 
2 

1 

25 
3 

3 

17 
30 
140 
301 
280 
242 
395 
6.3 
6.5 
6.3 
6.5 
4.8 

1 090 
2 

85 
28 
29 
11 

148 

15 

1 371 

231 
378 
250 
242 
163 
107 
2.81 
2.97 
2.12 

1 349 
22 

.47 

661 

9 

135 

252 

178 

51 

32 

3 

1 

53 400 
57 700 

194 

212 

215 

169 
25 


2 


TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 


2 

1 


Percent of occupied housing units 


50.0 


White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander . 


1 


Other race 




Hispanic origin (of any race) 




White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 


1 
1 


White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 


1 


Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 


1 


For sole only 


_ 


For rent 


_ 


Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 


— 


Other vacant 


_ 


ROOMS 

1 room 




2 rooms 


_ 


3 rooms 


_ 


4 rooms 


_ 




_ 


6 rooms 


_ 




_ 


8 or more rooms 


2 


Median, all housing units 


8.5 


Mean, all housing units 


9.0 


Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

2 


8.5 

8.5+ 
8.0 

2 


3 or 4 


_ 


5 to 9 


- 


10 to 19 


_ 


20 to 49 


_ 


50 or more 


- 


Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 


2 


PERSONS IN UNIT 






1 




1 




- 


Median, occupied housing units 


3.00 


Median, owner-occupied housing units 


2.00 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 


4.00 


PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 


2 




- 




.33 


VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 


1 


$40,000 to $59,999 


1 


$60,000 to $79,999 


- 


$80,000 to $99,999 


- 


$100,000 to $149,999 


- 


$150,000 to $199,999 


- 


$200,000 to $249,999 


- 


$250,000 to $299,999 : 


- 


$300,000 or more 


- 


Median (dollars) 


57 500 


Mean (dollars) 


57 500 


CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 


1 

438 
437 


No meols included in rent 


1 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



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Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units. 



TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 



VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 204 



Tract 205 Tract 206 Tract 207.98 Tract 208.98 Tract 209.98 




ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms . 

3 rooms . 

4 rooms . 

5 rooms . 

6 rooms . 

7 rooms . 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units. 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 



3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 
Other 



Occupied housing units . 



PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units- 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 



VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 . 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 



CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units . 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



1 478 



1 360 

1 198 

88.1 

1 194 

3 

1 

2 

1 192 

162 

162 



162 



118 

17 
10 
10 
62 



1 426 



111 
928 
83.5 
924 



1 

1 
924 
183 
182 



1 



182 



315 

25 

5 

5 

239 

1 



1 629 



1 568 

1 177 

75.1 

1 173 

2 
2 

2 

1 171 

391 

386 

3 
2 

1 
385 



61 

11 

23 

13 

2 



1 835 



1 796 

1 427 

79.5 

1 423 

3 

1 

2 

1 422 

369 

361 

6 
2 

3 
358 



39 

12 
12 

5 
5 



19 


40 


12 
1 


5 


3 


12 




7 


13 


25 


23 


20 


44 


109 


87 


82 


116 


226 


225 


253 


306 


283 


359 


437 


371 


275 


324 


405 


269 


219 


281 


294 


356 


277 


330 


337 


6.2 


5.7 


5.9 


5.8 


6.4 


5.9 


6.1 


6.0 


6.3 


6.2 


5.9 


5.8 


6.4 


6.2 


6.4 


6.2 


5.1 


5.6 


4.3 


4.2 


1 299 


1 219 


1 189 


1 351 


32 


8 


23 


18 


61 


30 


207 


171 


11 


7 


44 


44 


15 


2 


69 


58 


20 


15 


5 


43 


- 


- 


53 


22 


28 


129 


11 


HI 


12 


16 


28 


17 


1 360 


1 111 


1 568 


1 796 


180 


189 


401 


351 


451 


352 


483 


590 


259 


184 


223 


299 


271 


184 


235 


336 


136 


123 


144 


154 


63 


79 


82 


66 


2.69 


2.58 


2.29 


2.43 


2.79 


2.68 


2.43 


2.64 


2.20 


2.23 


1.80 


1.75 


1 342 


1 087 


1 542 


1 770 


17 


21 


25 


20 


1 


3 


1 


6 


.46 


.47 


.44 


.46 


912 


567 


915 


1 078 


3 


7 


18 


8 


54 


120 


211 


175 


173 


191 


371 


461 


247 


141 


222 


305 


141 


59 


58 


90 


183 


39 


27 


35 


74 


9 


6 


3 


18 


1 


2 


1 


16 

3 

78 300 


- 


- 


- 


55 900 


51 700 


54 400 


93 800 


61 300 


55 400 


58 100 


142 


134 


371 


354 


307 


206 


218 


240 


341 


218 


222 


236 


- 


- 


3 


3 


- 


- 


220 


130 


131 


116 


351 


332 


11 


18 


17 


19 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 Tract 109 



1 483 



1 465 



865 



1 455 


1 427 


833 


853 


1 241 


625 


58.6 


87.0 


75.0 


842 
1 


1 233 
2 


623 
1 


2 


- 


1 


8 


6 


- 


3 


2 


4 


839 


1 231 


619 


602 


186 


208 


592 


183 


189 


2 


1 


_ 


5 


2 


18 


2 


- 


1 


7 


_ 


• 2 


588 


183 


189 


28 


38 


32 


4 


12 


8 


9 


24 


4 


10 


1 


2 


2 


- 


2 



16 



3 


9 


17 


9 


2 


6 


87 


49 


39 


382 


117 


107 


379 


415 


158 


213 


414 


200 


147 


218 


152 


263 


241 


186 


5.2 


5.8 


6.0 


5.6 


6.1 


6.1 


5.2 


5.9 


6.1 


6.3 


6.1 


6.5 


4.2 


4.2 


4.3 


862 


1 257 


664 


62 


33 


23 


158 


52 


63 


85 


10 


20 


250 


57 


16 


57 


52 


26 




- 


47 


9 


1 
3 


6 


1 455 


1 427 


833 


337 


181 


168 


476 


417 


311 


262 


251 


136 


246 


369 


118 


98 


161 


63 


36 


48 


37 


2.32 


2.96 


2.30 


2.86 


3.17 


2.33 


1.81 


2.01 


2.18 


1 439 


1 411 


815 


12 


16 


7 


4 


- 


11 


.46 


.50 


.43 


791 


1 190 


574 


_ 


4 


1 


39 


20 


25 


216 


214 


128 


268 


552 


167 


98 


247 


119 


122 


130 


80 


24 


23 


24 


11 


- 


15 


6 


- 


6 


7 


- 


9 


68 500 


72 000 


75 000 


82 500 


77 400 


90 800 


600 


183 


204 


364 


427 


331 


362 


439 


324 


_ 


12 


1 


_ 


705 


187 


595 


167 


196 


5 


4 


7 



40 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



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Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 






















Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Totals for split 


tracts/BNA's 


n Outagamie County- 


-Con. 






Appleton city (pt.), 
County 


Outogamie 


Area 


Tract 110 


Tract 111.01 


Tract 111.02 


Tract 114 


Tract 115.02 


Tract 121 


Tract 124 


Tract 125 


Tract 101 


Tract 102 


All housing units 


2 642 

2 561 

1 186 

46.3 

1 181 

1 

3 

1 

6 
1 176 
1 375 
1 340 

1 

5 
26 

3 

10 
1 333 

81 

11 

41 

8 

6 

15 

36 
123 
355 
702 
458 
410 
259 
299 
4.7 
5.1 
4.8 
6.2 
3.9 

1 117 
106 
399 
144 
235 
467 
122 

22 
30 

2 561 

938 
928 
316 
227 
96 
56 
1.87 
2.20 
1.56 

2 532 
11 
18 
.42 

950 

6 

108 

407 

207 

83 

68 

43 

20 

5 

3 

57 300 

72 200 

1 365 

345 

342 

5 

193 

1 341 

19 


1 673 

1 651 
848 
51.4 
841 

1 
1 
5 

2 

839 

803 

781 

3 

5 

3 

11 

14 
778 

22 

7 

12 

2 

1 

22 
37 
106 
464 
449 
273 
153 
169 
5.0 
5.2 
5.0 
6.0 
4.1 

805 
92 

241 
15 
74 

211 
57 

166 

1 

11 

1 651 

380 
595 
285 
275 
85 
31 
2.25 
2.79 
1.86 

1 627 

17 

7 

.48 

746 

1 

3 

151 

325 

166 

90 

8 

2 

73 000 
78 000 

801 

389 
397 

1 
513 
791 

9 


2 028 

1 975 

1 189 

60.2 

1 167 

1 

6 

11 

4 

6 

1 165 

786 

768 

6 

4 

4 

4 

9 
765 

53 

14 

20 

7 

7 

5 

1 
28 
196 
393 
419 
440 
273 
278 
5.4 
5.6 
5.4 
6.2 
4.0 

1 149 
125 
176 

21 
202 
281 

57 

1 
16 

1 975 

292 
673 
391 
426 
147 
46 
2.56 
3.21 
2.01 

1 952 

18 

5 

.50 

1 098 

1 

14 

69 

293 

332 

303 

75 

7 

3 

1 

89 700 

97 400 

784 

406 
441 

2 
844 
776 

6 


1 668 

1 643 

1 340 

81.6 

1 331 

2 

1 

5 

1 

2 

1 330 

303 

274 

1 

4 
20 
4 

5 
273 

25 

6 
7 
8 
2 

2 

8 
4 
47 
208 
411 
422 
271 
297 
5.9 
6.0 
5.9 
6.2 
4.4 

1 352 
51 
121 
24 
47 
62 

11 
1 643 

280 
563 
269 
327 
144 
60 
2.46 
2.51 
2.18 

1 614 
22 

7 
.46 

1 260 

3 

20 
271 
487 
333 
134 
11 

1 
73 800 
76 700 

299 

360 
364 

2 
400 
289 

8 


1 895 

1 833 

1 127 

61.5 

1 121 

6 

1 

1 120 

706 

692 

3 

6 

4 

1 

2 
691 

62 

15 
18 
10 
10 

9 

15 
81 
118 
372 
374 
311 
243 
381 
5.5 
5.8 
5.5 
6.6 
4.0 

995 
189 
156 

22 
131 

95 
230 

69 
8 

1 833 

416 
673 
316 
281 
109 
38 
2.24 
2.65 
1.71 

1 819 

11 

3 

.44 

972 

2 

11 

71 

291 

248 

188 

92 

51 

9 

9 

89 100 

106 100 

702 

377 
390 

692 
10 


1 880 

1 859 

1 469 

79.0 

1 462 

5 

1 
1 

2 

1 461 

390 

383 

6 

1 

383 

21 

8 
4 
3 
2 

4 

24 
97 
260 
551 
464 
258 
226 
5.5 
5.7 
5.5 
5.9 
4.0 

1 496 

54 

157 

32 

39 

19 

2 

71 

6 

4 

1 859 

317 
573 
325 
378 
200 
66 
2.62 
2.93 
1.79 

1 833 

24 

2 

.50 

1 352 

3 

96 

452 

574 

158 

59 

7 

1 

2 

63 400 
65 700 

383 

320 

303 

1 

50 

373 

9 


966 

945 
711 
75.2 
706 

5 

706 
234 
232 

1 
1 

1 
231 

21 

5 

7 
1 
1 

7 

6 

28 
216 
286 
230 
124 
76 
5.3 
5.5 
5.3 
5.7 
4.2 

727 
32 

113 
38 
37 
13 

2 

4 

945 

200 
324 
148 
162 
73 
38 
2.34 
2.50 
1.83 

927 

17 

1 

.49 

640 

5 

95 

296 

198 

31 

7 

3 

1 

1 

3 

54 000 

58 300 

232 

331 
327 

230 
2 


2 339 

2 299 

1 928 

83.9 

1 915 

9 

4 

2 

1 913 

371 

363 

2 

3 

1 

2 

5 
361 

40 

4 
8 
8 
7 

13 
2 

2 

21 
44 
251 
509 
535 
457 
520 
6.1 
6.3 
6.2 
6.4 
4.5 

1 936 

88 

109 

9 

7 

28 
22 
98 
27 
15 

2 299 

342 
711 
406 
471 
238 
131 
2.74 
2.94 
2.01 

2 266 
26 

7 
.47 

1 485 

2 

45 

210 

458 

341 

302 

84 

23 

11 

9 

81 300 

92 500 

333 

412 
410 

322 

11 


500 

460 

90 

19.6 

87 

3 

87 
370 
353 

1 
1 

11 
4 

4 
353 

40 

1 
14 

7 

18 
2 

30 
81 
158 
92 
61 
30 
19 
29 
3.4 
3.8 
3.4 
6.0 
3.1 

70 
15 
115 
81 
59 
45 
2 
66 

47 
460 

311 

99 

24 

11 

3 

12 

1.50- 

1.67 

1.50- 

446 

4 

10 

.41 

60 

15 
16 
8 
6 
7 
5 
3 

59 000 
77 600 

370 

252 
245 

4 
175 
360 

6 


1 940 


TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units . 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Block 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 


1 881 

1 235 

65.7 

1 227 

2 

6 


Other race 


_ 


Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 


1 

1 226 

646 

612 

1 

5 

23 


Other race . 


5 


Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 


12 
607 

59 


For sale only 


11 


For rent 


21 


Rented or sold, not occupied 


9 


For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 


2 


Other vacant 


16 


Boarded up 

ROOMS 


4 


2 rooms 


41 


3 rooms 


151 




375 


5 rooms 


472 




497 


7 rooms 


250 


8 or more rooms 


150 


Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 


5.3 

5.4 
5.4 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 


5.9 
4.2 


UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

2 


1 369 

12 

409 


3 or 4 

5 to 9 


27 
22 


10 to 19 


20 


20 to 49 


67 


50 or more 


- 


Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 


1 
13 

1 881 


PERSONS IN UNIT 


582 




606 




282 


Medion, occupied housing units 


267 

102 

42 

2.09 


Median, owner-occupied housing units 


2.19 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 


1.86 

1 844 
25 




12 




.44 


VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $20,000 


1 113 

2 


$20,000 to $39,999 


186 


$40,000 to $59,999 


687 


$60,000 to $79,999 


206 


$80,000 to $99,999 


26 


$100,000 to $149,999 


6 


$150,000 to $199,999 


- 


$200,000 to $249,999 


- 


$250,000 to $299,999 J 


- 


$300,000 or more 


- 


Medion (dollars) 


50 500 


Mean (dollars) 


51 500 


CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 


637 

309 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


319 


With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 


1 
337 


No meals included in rent 


622 


No cash rent 


14 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 41 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units. 



TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White - 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) - 
White, not of Hispanic origin. 



VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 



ROOMS 



1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units. 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 



3 or 4 , 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 
Other 



Occupied housing units . 



PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units- 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50.. 

1.51 or more 

Mean 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 103 



Tract 104 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 
Tract 105 (pt.) (pt.) 



VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units. 

Less than $20,000 . 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999... 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 



CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



1 075 



1 055 
426 
40.4 
423 

2 
1 

1 
422 
629 
590 

2 

2 
32 

3 

8 
584 



20 

1 

9 
2 
1 



799 



765 
362 
47.3 
358 

2 
2 



358 
403 
371 
4 
6 
18 
4 

10 
369 



34 

7 

15 
2 
4 



1 530 



1 488 
900 
60.5 
892 

1 

3 
3 

1 

892 

588 

574 

1 

2 

11 

2 
572 



42 

8 
4 
13 
3 



1 466 



1 438 

838 

58.3 

827 

1 

2 
8 

3 

824 

600 

590 

1 

2 

5 

2 

7 
586 



28 

4 
9 
10 
2 



1 459 



1 421 

1 238 

87.1 

1 230 

2 



2 

1 228 

183 

180 

1 
2 



180 



38 

12 

24 

1 



Tract 107 



1 877 



1 759 

1 271 

72.3 

1 257 

1 

3 

8 

2 

2 

1 257 

488 

460 

2 

3 

21 

2 

9 
453 



118 

82 
20 

3 
3 

10 



5 


6 


16 


3 


9 


32 


31 


23 


32 


7 


2 


20 


238 


105 


127 


87 


49 


72 


205 


202 


298 


381 


117 


352 


189 


158 


256 


374 


411 


550 


175 


126 


292 


209 


414 


429 


127 


75 


224 


142 


216 


211 


105 


104 


285 


263 


241 


211 


4.8 


4.9 


5.6 


5.2 


5.8 


5.3 


5.0 


5.2 


5.8 


5.6 


6.1 


5.5 


4.8 


4.9 


5.6 


5.2 


5.9 


5.4 


6.3 


6.2 


6.5 


6.3 


6.1 


5.8 


3.8 


4.1 


4.2 


4.2 


4.1 


4.4 


459 


347 


941 


845 


1 253 


1 352 


10 


10 


26 


62 


32 


32 


355 


288 


340 


158 


51 


185 


65 


94 


122 


85 


10 


59 


15 


22 


26 


250 


57 


66 


1 


2 


55 


57 


52 


105 


_ 


26 


- 


- 


- 


67 


156 


- 


- 


- 




1 


14 


10 


20 


9 


3 


10 


1 055 


765 


1 488 


1 438 


1 421 


1 759 


436 


265 


429 


331 


180 


355 


273 


218 


479 


472 


414 


641 


129 


124 


239 


257 


251 


305 


118 


92 


216 


245 


367 


281 


54 


42 


83 


98 


161 


120 


45 


24 


42 


35 


48 


57 


1.84 


2.04 


2.16 


2.32 


2.96 


2.32 


2.26 


2.27 


2.42 


2.88 


3.18 


2.38 


1.50- 


1.83 


1.69 


1.81 


1.99 


2.12 


1 018 


741 


1 470 


1 422 


1 405 


1 732 


19 


15 


8 


12 


16 


19 


18 


9 


10 


4 


- 


8 


.46 


.45 


.43 


.46 


.50 


.47 


330 


267 


769 


777 


1 188 


1 177 


3 


4 


3 


- 


4 


5 


91 


65 


85 


38 


20 


104 


192 


134 


348 


209 


213 


556 


38 


41 


176 


262 


551 


336 


4 


13 


63 


98 


247 


75 


2 


9 


64 


122 


130 


57 


- 


1 


19 


24 


23 


28 


- 


_ 


9 


11 


- 


9 


_ 


- 


1 


6 


- 


5 


- 


- 


1 


7 


- 


2 


45 700 


47 800 


56 600 


68 700 


72 000 


57 400 


47 200 


52 500 


67 200 


82 900 


77 400 


65 800 


628 


402 


585 


598 


180 


482 


302 


296 


313 


364 


427 


356 


296 


296 


326 


362 


440 


349 


- 


- 


3 


- 


12 


1 


- 


- 


559 


- 


705 


725 


621 


392 


572 


593 


164 


473 


7 


10 


10 


5 


4 


8 



Tract 1( 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 
(pt.) 



674 



11 
34 
106 
154 
166 
113 
90 
5.7 
5.8 
5.7 
5.9 
4.0 



566 

5 

28 

2 

27 

41 



5 
660 



194 

255 

76 

85 

31 

19 

2.03 

2.08 

1.66 



651 
9 



.41 



492 

4 
27 

198 
150 
51 
25 
15 
7 
4 
11 
500 
78 300 



61 



103 

318 
343 



98 
5 



849 



16 



17 
6 

39 
104 
156 
195 
148 
184 
6.0 
6.1 
6.0 
6.5 
4.3 



650 
23 
63 
20 
16 
26 
47 



4 
817 



164 
305 
132 
116 
63 
37 
2.30 
2.33 
2.18 



799 

7 

11 

.43 



563 

1 
24 
125 

166 

117 

77 

24 

14 

6 

9 

74 900 

90 800 



200 

332 
325 

1 
187 
192 

7 



1 339 



2 
31 
101 
254 
257 
313 
200 
181 
5.6 
5.6 
5.6 
6.2 
4.3 



831 
34 

338 

77 

30 

13 

1 



15 
1 314 



392 
437 
210 
157 
76 
42 
2.11 
2.28 
1.81 



293 

6 

15 

.43 



662 

6 

98 

349 

128 

44 

25 

7 

3 

2 

52 600 
58 800 



525 

307 
324 

4 
163 
507 

14 



Tract 111.01 
(pt.) 



1 483 



660 


817 


1 314 


1 464 


555 


613 


781 


724 


84.1 


75.0 


59.4 


49.5 


554 


611 
1 


778 


718 

1 


1 


1 


2 

1 


1 
4 




4 


6 


2 


554 


607 


773 


716 


105 


204 


533 


740 


104 


185 


506 


718 




_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


_ 


2 


5 


1 


18 


23 


3 




1 


2 


11 




2 


5 


14 


104 


185 


503 


715 


14 


32 


25 


19 


5 


8 


8 


5 


4 


4 


5 


11 


1 


2 


5 


2 


2 


2 


- 


1 



22 

37 
102 
414 
388 
236 
134 
150 
4.9 
5.2 
4.9 
6.0 
4.1 



683 
69 

196 
15 
74 

211 
57 

166 

1 

11 

1 464 



365 
520 
241 
237 
72 
29 
2.21 
2.80 
1.81 



1 444 

13 

7 

.48 



632 

3 

135 

277 

127 

80 



72 500 
78 100 



738 

383 
390 

1 
513 
728 

9 



42 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 






Appleton city (pt.) 


Outagamie County— Con. 






Kaukouno 


city, Outagamie 


County 


Area 


Tract 1 1 1 .02 

(pt.) 


Tract 112 


Tract 1 1 3 


Tract 114 
(pt.) 


Tract 115.01 


Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 


Tract 125 
(pt.) 


Tract 121 
(pt.) 


Tract 122 


Tract 123 


All housing units 

TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander .. 


1 

1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

4.0 
4.0 
4.0 

4.0 

1 

1 
1 

2.00 
2.00 

1 
.50 

1 

538 
537 

1 


1 227 

1 199 

992 

82.7 

988 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 
987 
207 
203 

2 

1 
1 

2 
202 

28 

9 
4 
8 
3 

4 

6 
8 
47 
164 
358 
298 
151 
195 
5.6 
5.8 
5.6 
5.9 
4.3 

1 049 
34 
69 
27 

16 
19 

3 
10 

1 199 

242 

450 
223 
188 
77 
19 
2.29 
2.35 
1.92 

1 188 

9 

2 

.44 

924 

6 

72 

299 

336 

134 

71 

6 

64 300 
67 300 

205 

352 
344 

202 

3 


1 456 

1 425 

1 018 

71.4 

1 010 

5 
3 

1 010 

407 

393 

1 

2 
7 
4 

6 
391 

31 

7 
10 

1 
1 

12 

1 

4 
35 
137 
219 
242 
416 
254 
149 
5.7 
5.6 
5.7 
6.1 
3.9 

1 099 

7 

208 

25 

3 

9 

1 

95 

9 
1 425 

448 

430 

200 

227 

90 

30 

2.12 

2.32 

1.50- 

1 408 

11 

6 

.43 

931 

3 

91 

467 

293 

64 

12 

1 

55 500 
57 700 

401 

280 
287 

1 
187 
393 

7 


1 311 

1 293 

1 019 

78.8 

1 014 

2 

1 
2 

1 

1 013 

274 

248 

1 

4 

20 
1 

2 
247 

18 

6 

5 

7 

4 
40 
190 
334 
320 
202 
221 
5.8 
6.0 
5.8 
6.2 
4.4 

1 024 

49 
116 
24 
41 
48 

9 
1 293 

243 

434 
205 
251 
109 
51 
2.43 
2.46 
2.28 

1 265 

22 

6 

.47 

954 

3 

20 

251 

357 

218 

95 

10 

71 100 
74 500 

270 

371 

363 

2 

400 

260 

8 


1 438 

1 419 

1 204 

84.8 

1 198 

2 
2 
2 

3 

1 197 

215 

207 

2 
6 

2 
205 

19 

8 
3 

1 

7 

31 
34 
199 
462 
335 
208 
169 
5.5 
5.7 
5.5 
5.7 
4.2 

1 282 
21 
44 
32 
26 
25 

1 
7 

1 419 

275 
559 
243 
206 
102 
34 
2.28 
2.31 
2.01 

1 405 

11 

3 

.45 

1 140 

5 

82 

391 

500 

95 

57 

7 

3 

62 500 
65 000 

215 

332 
340 

1 
363 
207 

7 


1 650 

1 594 
926 
58.1 
920 

6 

1 
919 

668 
654 
3 
6 
4 
1 

2 
653 

56 

14 
17 
8 
10 

7 

15 
77 
110 
328 
311 
264 
201 
344 
5.4 
5.8 
5.5 
6.8 
4.0 

823 

182 
147 

16 
131 

95 
230 

19 

7 

1 594 

361 
594 
268 
240 
98 
33 
2.23 
2.74 
1.70 

1 582 
9 

3 
.44 

830 

2 

40 

251 

225 

166 

90 

44 

6 

6 

91 000 

108 200 

667 

378 
393 

659 

8 


14 

14 

9 

64.3 

9 

9 
5 
5 

5 

3 

4 

2 

5 

6.5 

6.9 

6.5 

6.0 

7.8 

14 

14 

3 
3 
3 
3 
2 

2.83 
3.67 
1.50- 

14 
.41 

7 

3 
1 
1 

1 
1 

77 500 
101 100 

4 

362 
363 

2 
2 


1 787 

1 768 

1 387 

78.5 

1 381 

4 
1 
1 

2 

1 380 

381 

374 

6 
1 

374 

19 

7 
4 
3 
2 

3 

24 
95 
256 
526 
442 
238 
206 
5.5 
5.7 
5.5 
5.8 
4.0 

1 406 

54 

155 

32 

39 

19 

2 

71 

5 

4 

1 768 

310 
550 
304 
354 
188 
62 
2.58 
2.90 
1.76 

1 744 

22 

2 

.50 

1 288 

3 

92 

438 

546 

147 

54 

6 

2 

63 200 
65 400 

377 

320 

303 

1 

50 

367 

9 


1 028 

1 002 
514 
51.3 

514 

1 

513 

488 

451 

1 

10 

25 

1 

4 
449 

26 

2 

15 

1 
1 

7 

10 
47 
154 
206 
198 
185 
113 
115 
5.0 
5.2 
5.0 
6.1 
3.9 

517 
22 

268 
33 
55 
35 
78 

1 
19 

1 002 

328 

290 
156 
116 
65 
47 
2.10 
2.34 
1.77 

964 

18 
20 
.48 

417 

8 
144 
219 

40 
2 
3 

1 

44 000 

45 100 

484 

269 
259 

1 
263 
477 

6 


715 

692 
514 
74.3 

510 

3 

1 


Other race 




Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White... 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 


1 
509 
178 
170 

3 

5 


Other race 




Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 


170 

23 

2 


For rent 


7 


Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 


4 
2 


Other vacant 


8 


Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room. 


9 


2 rooms . 


12 


3 rooms 


38 


4 rooms. 


114 


5 rooms 


143 


6 rooms 


171 


7 rooms 


119 


8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 

3 or 4 

5 to 9 


109 
5.7 
5.8 
5.8 
6.2 
4.2 

516 
16 

141 

24 

9 


10 to 19 


- 


20 to 49 


- 


50 or more 


- 


Mobile home or trailer 

Other , 

Occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units . 

Median, owner-occupied housing units .. 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1 .00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 


9 
692 

186 
194 
101 
109 
73 
29 
2.32 
2.45 
1.96 

678 

12 


1.51 or more 


2 


Mean 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $20,000 , 


.46 

430 

2 


$20,000 to $39,999 


110 


$40,000 to $59,999 


251 


$60,000 to $79,999 


48 


$80,000 to $99,999 


15 


$100,000 to $149,999 


2 


$150,000 to $199,999 


2 


$200,000 to $249,999 


- 


$250,000 to $299,999 ., 


- 


$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 


46 300 


Mean (dollars) 


48 800 


CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 


177 

264 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


269 


With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 


- 


No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 


168 
9 



' 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 43 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units. 



TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White - 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) . 
White, not of Hispanic origin. 



VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 



ROOMS 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie 
County— Con. 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units. 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached 

1, ottached 

2 



3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 
Other 



Occupied housing units . 



PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units- 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less— 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 



VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 



CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



883 



863 
649 
75.2 
645 



645 
214 
212 

1 



211 



20 

5 
7 
1 
1 



41 



40 

35 

87.5 

35 



Remainder of Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 106.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 
(pt.) 



Tract 111.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 
(pt.) 



Tract 114 
(pt.) 



17 



17 

15 

88.2 

15 



6 

3 

50.0 

3 



16 



16 

12 

75.0 

12 



12 
4 
4 



1 303 



1 247 

405 

32.5 

403 

1 

1 



403 
842 
834 

1 
3 
3 

1 

5 
830 



56 

3 

36 
3 
6 



190 



2 027 



357 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



245 



187 


1 974 


350 


239 


124 


1 189 


321 


201 


66.3 


60.2 


91.7 


84.1 


123 


1 167 


317 


201 


_ 


6 


_ 


- 


1 


11 


3 


- 


- 


4 


1 


- 


_ 


6 


1 


- 


123 


1 165 


317 


201 


63 


785 


29 


38 


63 


767 


26 


38 


_ 


6 


- 


- 


_ 


4 


- 


- 


_ 


4 


- 


- 


- 


4 


3 


- 




9 


3 


- 


63 


764 


26 


38 


3 


53 


7 


6 


2 


14 


- 


1 


1 


20 


2 


1 




7 


1 


2 


_ 


7 


2 


- 











_ 


34 


_ 


1 


8 


- 


6 




2 




_ 


92 


- 


28 


- 


4 


28 

196 


1 






_ 


254 


4 


196 


7 


8 


9 


1 




3 


448 


50 


392 


18 


44 


264 


7 


5 


4 


2 


201 


61 


419 


77 


63 


208 


8 


4 




5 


97 


37 


440 


102 


47 


112 


8 


5 


2 


4 


59 


19 


273 


69 


42 
37 


69 


8 






2 


118 


19 


278 


76 


5.3 


5.9 


5.6 


5.3 


6.1 


4.1 


5.2 


5.4 


6.2 


5.6 
5.9 
5.6 
5.8 
4.3 


5.5 


6.1 


5.4 


5.7 


6.1 


4.5 


5.5 


5.6 


6.3 


5.3 


6.0 


5.6 


5.3 


6.1 


4.1 


5.2 


5.5 


6.2 


5.7 


6.1 


5.9 


6.8 


6.3 


5.9 


5.8 


6.2 


6.3 


4.2 


4.3 


2.0 


5.0 


5.0 


3.7 


4.3 


4.0 


3.8 


669 


37 


17 


4 


14 


286 


122 


1 149 


328 


172 
7 


25 






1 


_ 


72 


23 


125 


2 


96 


4 


_ 


1 


_ 


61 


45 


175 


5 


9 
6 


38 




_ 


_ 


_ 


67 


- 


21 


- 


37 






_ 


_ 


205 


- 


202 


6 


~ 


13 




_ 


_ 


_ 


454 


- 


281 


14 


— 




_ 


_ 


- 


- 


121 


- 


57 


- 


~ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


50 


2 








_ 


22 


- 


1 


- 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


2 


15 


- 


16 


2 


1 


863 


40 


17 


6 


16 


1 247 


187 


1 974 


350 


239 


189 


10 


6 


1 


4 


546 


15 


292 


37 


55 


301 


10 


4 


3 


6 


491 


75 


672 


129 


79 
48 


134 


8 


5 




4 


106 


44 


391 


64 


141 


5 


1 


2 


2 


70 


38 


426 


76 


41 


64 


2 








20 


13 


147 


35 


11 


34 
2.31 


5 
2.50 


1 
2.13 


2.17 


2.17 


14 
1.66 


2 

2.58 


46 
2.56 


9 
2.64 


2.32 
2.36 
2.05 


2.45 


2.56 


2.33 


1.75 


2.25 


2.08 


2.74 


3.21 


2.80 


1.82 


2.00 


1.50- 


3.75 


2.00 


1.50- 


2.35 


2.01 


1.50- 


848 


40 


17 


6 


16 


1 239 


183 


1 951 


349 


237 

2 


15 






_ 


- 


5 


4 


18 


- 










_ 


3 


— 


5 


1 


— 


.48 


.47 


.42 


.44 


.37 


.41 


.51 


.50 


.46 


.43 


590 


31 


14 


2 


11 


288 


114 


1 098 


306 


142 


5 
94 


7 


1 


- 


1 


10 


1 


1 
14 


- 


11 


282 


14 


7 


1 


3 


58 


16 


69 


20 


31 


168 


7 


6 


1 


1 


79 


48 


293 


130 


40 


28 


1 






2 


39 


39 


332 


115 


23 


5 


1 




_ 


3 


43 


10 


303 


39 


22 


3 


1 




_ 




36 


- 


75 


1 


2 


1 






_ 


1 


17 


_ 


7 


- 


7 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 




3 


_ 


3 


- 


3 


3 
52 900 


50 600 


58 300 


65 000 


92 500 


3 
78 900 


76 000 


1 
89 700 


1 
80 400 


3 
71 000 


57 500 


58 100 


58 200 


65 000 


94 100 


103 000 


77 800 


97 400 


83 600 


94 000 


212 


5 


2 


3 


4 


840 


63 


783 


29 


35 


326 


256 


250 


388 


250 


358 


466 


406 


332 


334 


326 


238 


250 


388 


244 


353 


479 


441 

2 

844 


371 


338 












313 


_ 


- 


- 


210 


5 


2 


3 


4 


834 


63 


775 


29 


33 


2 








- 


5 


- 


6 


- 


2 



44 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



1 223 



t 214 

1 022 

84.2 

1 017 

1 
4 



1 017 
192 
189 



All housing units 

TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 

3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units-. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more .' 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units . 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cosh rent 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 116 



Trod 117 



Tract 118 



Tract 119 



Tract 120 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Tract 126 



1 178 



1 157 
884 
76.4 
880 

3 

1 

5 
875 
273 
267 

3 
2 
1 



859 



831 
599 
72.1 
599 



1 
598 
232 
225 



2 327 



2 283 

1 742 

76.3 

1 733 



2 

1 733 

541 

538 



882 



875 
789 
90.2 
784 

2 
2 

1 

1 

784 

86 

86 



93 



91 
82 

90.1 
81 

1 



83 



82 

62 

75.6 

61 

1 



61 
20 
20 



2 284 



2 245 

1 884 

83.9 

1 871 

9 
4 

2 

1 869 

361 

353 

2 

3 

1 

2 



1 880 



1 836 

1 620 

88.2 

1 615 



4 

1 612 

216 

215 

1 



_ 


2 


5 


2 


1 


_ 


- 


5 


2 


189 


267 


222 


536 


85 


9 


20 


351 


213 


9 


21 


28 


44 


7 


2 


1 


39 


44 


4 


6 


6 


13 


3 


1 


- 


4 


9 


4 


4 


7 


10 


1 


- 


- 


8 


9 


- 


1 


2 


5 


2 


- 


- 


7 


5 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


7 


8 








_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


1 


10 


13 


12 


1 


1 


1 


13 


13 


- 


4 


1 


1 


"" 


— 




2 


1 


1 


5 


3 


2 






_ 


2 


_ 


25 


25 


10 


18 


3 


- 


- 


21 


6 


56 


101 


69 


82 


22 


2 


- 


43 


52 


120 


171 


158 


505 


88 


4 


20 


242 


201 


357 


318 


204 


679 


289 


25 


22 


499 


383 


310 


303 


229 


510 


219 


22 


22 


523 


458 


185 


167 


113 


302 


132 


20 


12 


447 


345 


169 


88 


73 


229 


129 


20 


7 


507 


435 


5.7 


5.4 


5.4 


5.3 


5.7 


6.2 


5.5 


6.1 


6.2 


5.8 


5.4 


5.5 


5.5 


6.0 


6.4 


5.7 


6.3 


6.3 


5.7 


5.4 


5.5 


5.3 


5.7 


6.2 


5.5 


6.2 


6.2 


6.0 


5.8 


5.9 


5.7 


5.8 


6.2 


5.9 


6.4 


6.3 


3.7 


3.8 


4.1 


4.1 


4.2 


6.3 


4.1 


4.5 


5.1 


1 024 


910 


650 


1 503 


801 


90 


58 


1 885 


1 513 


19 


11 


8 


110 


15 


- 


7 


88 


14 


58 


129 


141 


289 


52 


2 


17 


105 


91 


66 


71 


29 


45 


3 


- 


- 


9 


31 


4 


46 


9 


64 


— 


— 


- 


7 


1 


1 






75 


_ 


_ 


- 


28 


12 


49 


_ 


_ 




_ 


- 


- 


22 


- 










_ 


_ 


— 


98 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


222 


3 


1 


- 


27 


204 


2 


11 


22 


19 


8 


- 


1 


15 


14 


1 214 


1 157 


831 


2 283 


875 


91 


82 


2 245 


1 836 


174 


295 


205 


348 


80 


7 


11 


329 


199 


382 


396 


264 


697 


291 


23 


23 


698 


582 


206 


195 


129 


410 


176 


21 


14 


395 


374 


277 


168 


126 


451 


202 


24 


21 


463 


403 


120 


75 


80 


278 


85 


12 


9 


234 


182 


55 


28 


27 


99 


41 


4 


4 


126 


96 


2.75 


2.22 


2.30 


2.74 


2.88 


3.24 


3.00 


2.74 


2.87 


3.09 


2.34 


2.49 


3.10 


2.95 


3.33 


3.50 


2.94 


2.94 


1.50- 


1.51 


1.88 


2.00 


2.40 


2.67 


1.93 


2.02 


2.35 


1 192 


1 147 


814 


2 247 


852 


89 


79 


2 212 


1 810 


18 


8 


14 


33 


22 


2 


2 


26 


25 


4 


2 


3 


3 


1 


- 


1 


7 


1 


.51 


.46 


.48 


.54 


.51 


.51 


.55 


.47 


.48 


958 


806 


548 


1 396 


736 


64 


50 


1 447 


1 115 




2 


4 


- 


— 


- 


- 


2 


4 


11 


133 


105 


29 


47 


4 


1 


38 


54 


243 


506 


322 


300 


292 


14 


14 


193 


211 


383 


138 


92 


620 


247 


28 


30 


450 


381 


158 


20 


18 


291 


87 


11 


3 


339 


277 


123 


7 


5 


129 


49 


5 


2 


301 


159 


35 




2 


19 


11 


1 


- 


82 


25 


4 






6 


3 


1 


- 


22 


3 








1 


_ 


_ 


— 


11 


- 


) 






1 


_ 


_ 


- 


9 


1 


69 600 


50 200 


49 800 


71 600 


61 700 


67 800 


65 900 


81 900 


74 600 


79 400 


51 300 


51 800 


76 500 


67 900 


73 700 


66 800 


93 200 


79 700 


190 


273 


232 


539 


83 


6 


20 


324 


175 


269 


275 


283 


338 


303 


312 


350 


414 


298 


273 


292 


286 


349 


310 


329 


345 


413 


307 

1 






187 


337 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


213 


185 


268 


224 


533 


77 


6 


20 


315 


156 


5 


5 


7 


5 


6 


- 


- 


9 


18 



Tract 127 



1 865 



1 780 

1 294 

72.7 

1 289 

3 

1 
1 

3 

1 287 

486 

478 

1 
1 
6 

10 
474 



85 

12 

10 

39 
24 



15 
62 
103 
298 
394 
383 
289 
321 
5.7 
5.8 
5.7 
6.2 
4.1 



1 387 

9 

195 

65 

90 

9 

24 

59 
27 

1 780 



367 
546 
323 
309 
161 
74 
2.46 
2.76 
1.88 



1 748 

28 

4 

.48 



991 

10 

186 

397 

244 

80 

53 

17 

2 

1 

1 

54 100 

61 100 



464 

258 
261 
1 
163 
443 
20 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 45 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units. 



TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White — 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) . 
White, not of Hispanic origin. 



VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1 , attached 

2 



3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 - 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 
Other 



Occupied housing units . 



PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units- 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 128 



VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 . 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more. 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 



CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



2 181 



2 104 

1 756 

83.5 

1 741 

3 

1 

11 

15 

1 737 

348 

338 



11 
333 



77 

11 
4 
5 

28 
1 

28 



Tract 129 



Tract 130 



Tract 131 



Tract 132 



2 192 



2 148 

1 928 

89.8 

1 917 

10 

1 

2 

1 915 

220 

216 



216 



11 
6 
3 
6 

18 
1 



1 151 



1 098 

907 

82.6 

638 

1 

265 

2 

1 

2 

637 

191 

67 

123 



2 

67 



S3 

3 
10 

10 
4 

26 

3 



1 668 



1 626 

1 264 

77.7 

1 256 

8 



1 
255 
362 
356 



1 
355 



42 

9 

6 

16 

1 

1 
9 

1 



4 


2 


4 


3 


14 


15 


10 


35 


87 


38 


57 


84 


308 


269 


173 


230 


498 


497 


338 


360 


507 


551 


260 


360 


351 


416 


163 


268 


412 


404 


146 


328 


5.9 


6.0 


5.5 


5.8 


6.1 


6.2 


5.7 


6.0 


5.9 


6.0 


5.5 


5.9 


6.1 


6.1 


5.7 


6.2 


4.3 


4.8 


4.8 


4.2 


1 661 


1 851 


944 


1 309 


18 


13 


9 


21 


140 


58 


4 


137 


27 


8 


- 


23 


56 


31 


4 


62 


17 


10 


16 


15 


- 


- 


- 


25 


232 


202 


165 


51 


30 


19 


9 


25 


2 104 


2 148 


1 098 


1 626 


336 


227 


135 


331 


617 


662 


263 


501 


384 


366 


196 


258 


423 


473 


227 


284 


241 


280 


159 


155 


103 


140 


118 


97 


2.76 


3.01 


3.27 


2.46 


2.89 


3.09 


3.31 


2.69 


2.21 


2.44 


3.00 


1.93 


2 063 


2 095 


1 037 


1 589 


37 


47 


55 


31 


4 


6 


6 


6 


.49 


.51 


.59 


.48 


1 114 


1 330 


515 


914 


15 


6 


12 


15 


170 


53 


73 


192 


394 


313 


164 


295 


317 


423 


175 


258 


135 


289 


66 


98 


69 


193 


25 


51 


10 


40 


- 


3 


3 


9 
3 


- 


1 


1 
58 900 


1 
73 900 


60 900 


1 
56 100 


63 300 


80 100 


61 300 


60 100 


303 


182 


158 


328 


259 


323 


173 


275 


257 


310 


189 


265 


264 


164 


144 


309 


39 


18 


14 


19 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County 



1 354 



1 289 

1 104 

85.6 

1 098 



4 

9 

1 093 
185 
178 



9 
176 



13 
41 
170 
303 
298 
232 
297 
6.0 
6.2 
6.1 
6.1 
5.4 



1 089 

11 

29 

9 

13 



174 
29 

1 289 



198 
368 
230 
240 
152 
101 
2.84 
2.85 
2.79 



1 249 

38 

2 

.50 



515 

30 
189 
172 
91 
23 
6 
2 

1 

1 

43 400 

48 300 



121 

216 
224 



107 
14 



Tract 3 



1 821 



1 759 

1 190 

67.7 

1 173 

3 
13 

1 

4 

1 170 

569 

550 

4 

3 

12 

5 
546 



62 

16 

23 

3 

16 



3 
25 
94 
374 
388 
353 
256 
328 
5.6 
5.8 
5.6 
6.4 
4.2 



1 273 
53 
91 
169 
142 
87 



1 
5 

1 759 



433 
672 
278 
246 
103 
27 
2.16 
2.32 
1.81 



1 740 

14 

5 

.42 



1 090 

3 

75 

247 

259 

195 

216 

53 

22 

9 

11 

75 400 

89 600 



563 

333 
340 
2 
169 
547 
14 



Tract 4 



1 258 



1 208 
787 
65.1 
780 

3 
2 
2 

2 
780 
421 
407 

4 

10 

3 
404 



50 

15 
21 
10 



9 
21 
92 
282 
349 
255 
149 
101 
5.1 
5.3 
5.2 
5.7 
4.2 



938 
8 

173 
81 
14 
15 



20 
9 

1 208 



334 
445 
192 
153 
61 
23 
2.11 
2.19 
1.95 



1 192 

11 

5 

.45 



702 

12 

230 

364 

84 

4 

5 

3 



45 400 

46 500 



414 

285 
287 



403 
11 



Tract 9 



1 005 



978 

640 

65.4 

636 

2 

1 

1 



636 
338 
327 
1 
3 
5 
2 

5 
324 



27 

11 
5 
3 



15 
45 
255 
270 
215 
108 
97 
5.2 
5.4 
5.2 
5.7 
4.2 



656 
58 
79 

107 
44 
20 
32 



9 
978 



221 
368 
152 
164 
55 
18 
2.23 
2.36 
2.00 



965 

10 

3 

.46 



547 

4 

67 

175 

213 

59 

24 

4 

1 



61 900 
63 800 



337 

357 
334 



328 
9 



Tract 10 



1 168 



1 133 
571 
50.4 
568 

1 
1 
1 

3 

566 

562 

547 

6 

3 

3 

3 

3 
547 



35 

6 

9 

1 
4 



41 
51 
153 
304 
245 
176 
117 
81 
4.6 
4.8 
4.6 
5.7 
3.8 



622 
9 

122 
19 
69 

180 
75 
62 

10 
1 133 



430 

394 

148 

114 

38 

9 

1.85 

2.21 

1.50- 



1 124 

4 

5 

.43 



487 

1 

103 

227 

119 

25 

7 
2 
1 
1 
1 
50 400 
55 200 



554 

352 
387 
22 
893 
523 
9 



Tract 13 



1 211 



1 178 

816 

69.3 

810 

1 

3 

2 



362 

347 

3 

4 

8 

3 
344 



33 

10 
9 

1 
3 

10 



2 
8 
49 
198 
326 
264 
202 
162 
5.6 
5.8 
5.6 
6.1 
4.5 



855 
36 

185 
62 
28 
29 



16 
1 178 



285 
403 
246 
161 
60 
23 
2.25 
2.29 
2.17 



1 166 

9 

3 

.43 



726 

3 

193 

318 

154 

42 

13 

1 

1 

1 

50 200 

53 400 



358 

315 
307 



349 
9 



46 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 14 



Tract 15 



Tract 16 



Tract 17 



Tract 18 



Tract 19 



Tract 25 Tract 26.01 Tract 26.02 



Tract 28.98 



All housing units 

TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached 

1 , attached 

2 

3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units... 

Less than $20,000 _ 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 „ 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 , 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units... 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



1 771 



1 734 

1 273 

73.4 

1 265 

1 
3 
3 
1 

4 

1 262 

461 

456 

3 
2 



1 467 



1 397 
904 
64.7 
897 

1 

4 
2 

3 

896 

493 

478 

2 

1 

9 
3 



771 



713 
498 
69.8 
497 

1 



1 
496 
215 
210 

1 
1 
2 
1 



812 



755 

674 

89.3 

669 

1 

2 

2 

2 

668 

81 

80 

1 



2 703 



2 618 

2 115 

80.8 

2 095 

3 

15 
2 

10 

2 087 

503 

498 

1 
1 

2 
1 



1 455 



1 342 

1 180 

87.9 

1 176 

2 

2 

1 

1 175 

162 

159 

1 



1 901 



1 836 

617 

33.6 

613 

1 

1 

2 

1 

612 

1 219 

1 201 

2 

8 

6 

2 



1 358 



1 327 

1 089 

82.1 

1 079 

4 
5 
1 

4 

1 078 

238 

237 

1 



1 529 



506 
952 
63.2 
942 

1 

4 
4 

1 

5 

938 

554 

536 

2 

5 

6 

5 



4 


6 


_ 


_ 


4 


1 


6 


1 


11 


452 


475 


210 


80 


495 


158 


1 197 


236 


531 


37 


70 


58 


57 


85 


113 


65 


31 


23 


7 


7 


- 


5 


28 


8 


3 


7 


8 


10 


28 


14 


6 


22 


12 


46 


5 


11 


3 


4 


_ 


2 


11 


3 


3 


6 


1 


4 


13 


36 


38 


13 


70 


7 


6 


- 


13 


18 


8 


6 


11 

1 


20 


6 


7 
1 


3 


1 


19 


7 


2 


6 


5 


12 


1 


21 


20 


23 


22 


10 


18 


18 


100 


7 


67 


115 


no 


42 


31 


71 


35 


373 


22 


122 


422 


258 


196 


139 


348 


155 


605 


288 


292 


477 


320 


173 


258 


579 


317 


365 


374 


337 


326 


294 


128 


173 


652 


331 


217 


338 


334 


247 


194 


95 


91 


466 


261 


101 


167 


183 


163 


249 


108 


108 


563 


333 


128 


161 


173 


5.2 


5.5 


5.2 


5.4 


6.0 


6.1 


4.3 


5.5 


5.3 


5.4 


5.7 


5.5 


5.7 


6.2 


6.3 


4.6 


5.7 


5.3 


5.2 


5.6 


5.3 


5.4 


6.0 


6.2 


4.3 


5.5 


5.3 


5.6 


6.2 


5.8 


5.5 


6.3 


6.3 


5.9 


5.8 


6.0 


4.2 


4.4 


4.2 


5.0 


4.3 


5.1 


3.8 


4.2 


3.9 


1 158 


945 


542 


604 


2 125 


1 328 


605 


1 001 


934 


29 


23 


9 


5 


64 


15 


37 


63 


72 


295 


379 


30 


30 


78 


39 


72 


100 


205 


52 


40 


44 


8 


125 


7 


56 


15 


34 


25 


16 


14 


- 


234 


1 


558 


71 


47 


_ 


31 


65 


_ 


60 


12 


294 


3 


39 


1 






_ 


_ 


_ 


98 


- 


188 


64 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


130 


- 


- 


131 


_ 


65 


160 


3 


37 


36 


101 


- 


16 


33 


2 


5 


14 


16 


15 


4 


10 


1 734 


1 397 


713 


755 


2 618 


1 342 


1 836 


1 327 


1 506 


532 


440 


149 


118 


342 


196 


774 


228 


294 


613 


444 


295 


273 


966 


503 


620 


508 


446 


251 


217 


116 


142 


499 


233 


224 


247 


280 


231 


177 


107 


160 


552 


260 


158 


229 


327 


76 


85 


31 


35 


193 


108 


47 


77 


117 


31 


34 


15 


27 


66 


42 


13 


38 


42 


2.05 


2.08 


2.20 


2.45 


2.50 


2.44 


1.73 


2.36 


2.55 


2.16 


2.17 


2.33 


2.46 


2.76 


2.45 


2.28 


2.42 


3.18 


1.65 


1.87 


1.94 


2.35 


2.01 


2.38 


1.50- 


2.07 


1.84 


1 721 


1 381 


708 


739 


2 595 


1 336 


1 821 


1 309 


1 484 


10 


9 


4 


15 


19 


5 


13 


17 


16 


3 


7 


1 


1 


4 


1 


2 


1 


6 


.43 


.41 


.44 


.48 


.45 


.44 


.43 


.46 


.52 


1 005 


771 


395 


468 


1 886 


894 


524 


926 


871 


3 


1 


4 


1 


1 


7 


- 


3 


- 


169 


187 


35 


14 


30 


48 


38 


41 


11 


504 


385 


88 


86 


236 


196 


133 


291 


179 


234 


112 


82 


182 


659 


276 


184 


369 


438 


61 


32 


66 


93 


505 


140 


85 


109 


159 


32 


31 


82 


72 


324 


137 


57 


65 


75 


1 


11 


25 


14 


87 


49 


14 


32 


7 




6 


8 


5 


24 


17 


7 


6 


2 


_ 


4 


3 


_ 


10 


14 


3 


4 


- 


1 


2 


2 


1 


10 


10 


3 


6 


- 


3 000 


48 900 


77 100 


73 500 


80 600 


73 900 


69 100 


64 700 


70 400 


6 800 


58 300 


88 900 


82 100 


91 000 


90 800 


78 400 


76 200 


74 700 


456 


489 


208 


69 


492 


124 


1 214 


237 


552 


325 


288 


344 


315 


358 


310 


359 


353 


336 


358 


297 


337 


341 


336 


327 


392 


340 


336 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


119 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


785 


- 


- 


441 


469 


199 


62 


482 


117 


1 084 


234 


548 


15 


20 


9 


7 


10 


7 


11 


3 


4 



1 843 



1 790 

1 190 

66.5 

1 183 

3 
2 
2 

3 

1 182 

600 

589 

1 

7 
2 

1 

3 

587 



53 

9 

24 

8 

6 



7 
43 
145 
380 
549 
399 
196 
124 
5.1 
5.2 
5.1 
5.6 
4.0 



1 201 

26 

255 

60 

23 

12 

139 

58 

61 

8 

1 790 



485 
624 
286 
263 
102 
30 
2.16 
2.31 
1.74 



1 769 

16 

5 

.46 



1 023 

2 
135 

600 
212 

41 

19 

7 

3 

3 

1 

53 000 

57 000 



596 

303 
298 



584 
12 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 47 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



















Appleton city (pt.). 


Winnebago 


Census Tract or Block Numbering 




Totals for split tracts/BNA's 


in Winnebago County— Con. 






County 




Area 






















Tract 30.98 


Tract 31.98 


Tract 32 


Tract 34 


Tract 36 


Tract 37.01 


Tract 37.02 


Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.02 (pt.) 


All housing units — 


740 


1 033 


994 


1 829 


1 225 


1 596 


1 574 


283 


4 


TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 




















HOUSEHOLDER 






















708 
516 
72.9 


990 
585 
59.1 


951 
818 
86.0 


1 783 

1 331 

74.6 


1 197 

1 033 

86.3 


1 564 
878 
56.1 


1 530 

1 432 

93.6 


267 
23 
8.6 


4 




4 


Percent of occupied housing units - 


100.0 
4 


White- 


514 


581 


810 


1 317 


1 014 


872 


1 424 


23 


Black . 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 


1 


~~ 




American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


1 


2 


4 


4 


1 


3 


1 


— 






1 


2 


3 

1 


4 
4 


17 


1 
1 


4 
2 


- 


— 


Other race 


— 


Hispanic origin (of any race) 


4 


1 


1 


8 


2 


2 


2 


23 


4 


White, not of Hispanic origin 


511 


580 


810 


1 313 


1 012 


871 


1 424 


Renter-occupied housing units 


192 


405 


133 


452 


164 


686 


98 


244 
243 




White 


187 


388 


128 


448 


161 


674 


98 




Black .. ... 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


~ 


American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


3 


4 


4 


2 


1 


3 


- 


*~ 




Asian or Pacific Islander 


1 


7 


1 


— 


1 


3 


— 


~~ 




Other race 


1 


4 


- 


2 


- 


4 


- 


— 




Hispanic origin (of any race) 


1 


4 


- 


4 


2 


6 


1 


243 


- 


White, not of Hispanic origin 


187 


386 


128 


446 


159 


672 


97 




VACANCY STATUS 




















Vacant housing units . 


32 


43 


43 


46 


28 


32 


44 


16 


~ 


For sale only 


9 


7 


14 


12 


16 


4 


8 


— 






7 
2 


11 
2 


8 
8 


14 
6 


3 


13 
8 


5 
7 


14 


- 


Rented or sold, not occupied 


_ 


For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 


4 


7 


7 


5 


3 


4 


16 


— 




For migrant workers 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




10 

1 


16 


6 


9 

1 


6 


3 


8 


2 


- 


Boarded up 


" 


ROOMS 




















1 room 


4 


6 


3 


8 


- 


1 


2 


1 


— 


2 rooms 


23 


22 


7 


35 


16 


16 


2 


21 


_ 


3 rooms 


33 


99 


31 


106 


65 


72 


18 


86 


_ 


4 rooms .. 


107 


181 


104 


399 


75 


386 


126 


116 


— 


5 rooms 


157 


165 


191 


555 


165 


481 


368 


40 


1 


6 rooms.. 


145 


182 


240 


409 


216 


351 


409 


13 


- 


7 rooms .. 


115 


169 


198 


188 


233 


159 


307 


3 


3 
7.8 

7.3 
7.8 
7.8 


8 or more rooms .. 


156 


209 


220 


129 


455 


130 


342 


3 


Median, all housing units 


5.8 


5.7 


6.2 


5.2 


6.8 


5.2 


6.2 


3.8 


Mean, all housing units 


6.0 


5.9 


6.3 


5.3 


6.8 


5.4 


6.4 


3.8 


Median, occupied housing units 


5.8 


5.8 


6.2 


5.2 


6.8 


5.2 


6.2 


3.8 


Median, owner-occupied housing units 


6.3 


6.6 


6.4 


5.5 


7.1 


5.9 


6.3 


4.4 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 


4.4 


4.2 


4.4 


4.1 


3.6 


4.3 


4.6 


3.8 




UNITS IN STRUQURE 




















1, detached 


562 


673 


900 


1 475 


1 073 


777 


1 507 


15 


4 


1, attached 


14 


6 


5 


22 


2 


144 


18 


10 


— 


2 


120 


239 


73 


175 


15 


271 


31 


21 


_ 


3 or 4 


21 


36 


6 


49 


50 


151 


10 


6 


- 


5 to 9 


12 

7 


19 
18 
36 


6 


20 
53 
23 


22 

5 
55 


119 
93 
32 


- 


63 

25 

4 

130 


— 


10 to 19 


- 


20 to 49 


- 


50 or more 


- 


Mobile home or trailer 


_ 


1 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


~ 


Other 


4 


5 


4 


12 


3 


9 


7 


9 


~ 


Occupied housing units 


708 


990 


951 


1 783 


1 197 


1 564 


1 530 


267 


4 


PERSONS IN UNIT 




















1 person 


202 


288 


226 


459 


220 


312 


148 


145 


- 




221 


301 


353 


644 


425 


494 


535 


97 


3 


3 persons 


114 


139 


132 


288 


199 


333 


324 


12 


— 




103 


151 


152 


271 


222 


287 


340 


9 


— 


5 persons 


48 


65 


63 


91 


95 


98 


138 


4 


~ 


6 or more persons 


20 


46 


25 


30 


36 


40 


45 


- 


1 


Median, occupied housing units 


2.19 


2.19 


2.21 


2.17 


2.39 


2.45 


2.75 


1.50- 


2.17 


Median, owner-occupied housing units . 


2.20 


2.35 


2.24 


2.26 


2.54 


2.76 


2.82 


1.69 


2.17 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 


2.13 


1.84 


1.88 


1.88 


1.50- 


2.17 


2.08 


1.50- 




PERSONS PER ROOM 




















1.00 or less 


701 
6 


972 
9 


945 
6 


1 767 

12 


1 195 
2 


1 537 

24 


1 518 
11 


266 

1 


4 


1.01 to 1.50 


- 


1.51 or more 


1 
.41 


9 
.44 


.40 


4 
.46 


.40 


3 
.50 


1 
.46 


.42 


— 


Mean 


.41 


VALUE 




Specified owner-occupied housing units 


459 


510 


766 


1 219 


979 


751 


1 292 


11 


4 


Less than $20,000 


3 


2 


3 


4 


1 


2 


- 


- 


— 


$20,000 to $39,999 


114 


87 


73 


222 


11 


6 


26 


1 


- 


$40,000 to $59,999 


138 


202 


296 


747 


143 


180 


212 


7 


3 


$60,000 to $79,999 


102 


89 


204 


203 


261 


400 


470 


1 


1 


$80,000 to $99,999 


32 

26 


28 
31 


79 
56 


35 
6 


218 
233 


97 
61 


303 
168 


1 
1 


— 


$100,000 to $149,999 


- 


$150,000 to $199,999... . 


9 


30 


16 


2 


62 


3 


51 


- 


- 


$200,000 to $249,999 


14 


22 


11 




27 


2 


38 


- 


- 


$250,000 to $299,999 


9 

12 

55 400 


9 

10 

53 900 


4 

24 

60 800 


49 700 


7 

16 

86 900 


66 800 


13 

11 
77 800 


56 900 


— 


$300,000 or more 


- 


Median (dollars) 


55 000 


Mean (dollars) 


77 800 


82 900 


79 700 


51 300 


102 100 


71 600 


91 300 


60 900 


55 000 


CONTRACT RENT 




Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 


191 


400 


132 


444 


162 


685 


91 


243 


- 


296 


292 


323 


306 


285 


359 


366 


609 


— 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


295 


300 


323 


307 


269 


362 


363 


598 


— 


With meals included in rent 


1 








1 






117 


- 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


363 
188 


395 


123 


428 


137 
156 


677 


77 


793 
125 


— 


No meals included in rent 


- 


No cash rent 


2 


5 


9 


16 


5 


8 


14 


1 


- 



48 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 9 Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 


Menasha city (pt.), Winnebago County 


Neenah city, Winnebago County 


Area 


Tract 25 (pt.) 


Tract 26.01 

(pt.) 


Tract 26.02 

(pt.) 


Tract 27 


Tract 28.98 
(pt.) 


Tract 29 


Tract 30.98 
(pt.) 


Tract 31.98 

(pt.) 


Tract 32 (pt.) 


Tract 33 


All housing units 


59 

52 
39 

75.0 
38 

1 

38 

13 
13 

13 

7 

1 

6 

2 

10 

16 

11 

16 

2 

2 

4.6 

4.8 

4.5 

5.1 

3.9 

7 
6 

3 
12 

31 

52 

24 

21 
6 

1 

1.60 
1.59 
1.63 

52 

.35 

10 

2 

3 

2 

3 

90 000 
104 500 

13 

400 
427 

12 
1 


511 

506 
347 
68.6 
344 

2 

1 

1 
344 
159 
159 

159 

5 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

6 
133 
138 
115 
56 
62 
5.3 
5.6 
5.3 
5.9 
4.1 

339 
33 

81 

6 

51 

1 
506 

79 

172 

107 

97 

39 

12 

2.52 

2.95 

2.03 

497 
9 

.49 

324 

2 

7 

86 

170 

30 
18 
9 

2 

65 100 

73 000 

159 

354 
339 

159 


829 

815 
413 
50.7 
409 

3 

1 

1 
408 
402 
388 

5 
6 
3 

9 
383 

14 

5 

7 

2 

6 
47 
107 
201 
167 
147 
87 
67 
4.8 
5.0 
4.8 
6.0 
3.8 

408 
41 

106 
31 
46 
30 

161 

6 
815 

195 
220 
141 
181 
63 
15 
2.47 
3.55 
1.79 

805 
9 

1 
.54 

379 

2 
86 
152 

73 
57 

7 
2 

70 900 
79 500 

401 

330 
328 

399 
2 


1 113 

1 088 
868 
79.8 
866 

1 

1 

5 
862 
220 
211 

6 
3 

1 
210 

25 

8 
6 

1 
1 

9 

1 

1 

7 
44 
200 
306 
313 
147 
95 
5.5 
5.6 
5.5 
5.7 
4.3 

938 

14 

141 

11 

9 
1 088 

279 

389 
183 
153 
62 
22 
2.18 
2.18 
2.18 

1 077 

6 

5 

.44 

801 

3 
126 
515 
118 

19 
15 

1 
4 

49 000 
52 400 

216 

297 
302 

207 

9 


1 667 

1 618 

1 051 

65.0 

1 044 

3 
2 
2 

3 

1 043 

567 

556 

1 

7 
2 
1 

3 
554 

49 

9 
24 

7 
5 

4 

7 
42 
141 
345 
500 
362 
167 
103 
5.1 
5.2 
5.1 
5.6 
4.0 

1 049 

22 

245 

54 

19 

12 

139 

58 

61 

8 

1 618 

447 

565 
245 
240 
93 
28 
2.14 
2.29 
1.74 

1 597 

16 

5 

.47 

895 

2 

119 

543 

188 

27 

9 

3 

1 

2 

1 

52 700 

55 100 

563 

301 
297 

553 

10 


1 223 

1 169 
463 
39.6 
458 

4 

1 

1 

458 

706 

681 

2 

10 

11 

2 

5 
679 

54 

8 

28 
8 
5 

5 

35 
48 

255 
247 
225 
174 

111 
128 
4.6 
4.9 
4.7 
6.2 
3.7 

464 
9 

360 
94 
70 
44 

162 

20 
1 169 

480 

314 

158 

129 

56 

32 

1.83 

2.32 

1.50- 

1 152 

12 

5 

.45 

360 

6 

144 

177 

21 

9 

1 

2 

42 100 
44 600 

703 

292 
285 
1 
213 
690 
12 


740 

708 
516 
72.9 

514 

1 

1 

4 
511 
192 
187 

3 
1 
1 

1 
187 

32 

9 
7 
2 
4 

10 
1 

4 
23 
33 
107 
157 
145 
115 
156 
5.8 
6.0 
5.8 
6.3 
4.4 

562 
14 

120 

21 

12 

7 

4 
708 

202 
221 
114 
103 
48 
20 
2.19 
2.20 
2.13 

701 

6 

1 

.41 

459 

3 

114 

138 

102 

32 

26 

9 

14 

9 

12 

55 400 

77 800 

191 

296 
295 

1 
363 
188 

2 


1 033 

990 
585 
59.1 
581 

2 
2 

1 

580 

405 

388 

2 

4 

7 

4 

4 
386 

43 

7 
11 
2 

7 

16 

6 
22 
99 
181 
165 
182 
169 
209 
5.7 
5.9 
5.8 
6.6 
4.2 

673 
6 

239 
36 
19 
18 
36 

1 
5 

990 

288 
301 
139 
151 
65 
46 
2.19 
2.35 
1.84 

972 
9 
9 

.44 

510 

2 

87 

202 

89 

28 

31 

30 

22 

9 

10 

53 900 

82 900 

400 

292 
300 

395 

5 


994 

951 
818 
86.0 
810 

4 
3 
1 

1 
810 
133 
128 

4 
1 

128 

43 

14 
8 
8 
7 

6 

3 
7 
31 
104 
191 
240 
198 
220 
6.2 
6.3 
6.2 
6.4 
4.4 

900 

5 

73 
6 
6 

4 
951 

226 

353 
132 
152 
63 
25 
2.21 
2.24 
1.88 

945 
6 

.40 

766 

3 

73 

296 

204 

79 

56 

16 

11 

4 

24 

60 800 

79 700 

132 

323 
323 

123 
9 


1 409 


TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units . 

White. 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut.. .. 

Asian or Pacific Islander _. 


1 368 
830 
60.7 
825 

1 
3 


Other race 


1 


Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander .. 


5 
821 
538 
516 

4 
9 
8 


Other race 


1 


Hispanic origin (of any race) .. 


5 


White, not of Hispanic origin. 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 


512 
41 


For sale only . 


15 


For rent 


8 


Rented or sold, not occupied 


6 


For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 


2 


Other vacant 


10 


Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 


18 


2 rooms 


48 


3 rooms 


179 


4 rooms 


223 


5 rooms 


349 


6 rooms 


291 


7 rooms 


183 


8 or more rooms 


118 


Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1 , attached 

2 

3 or 4 


5.2 
5.2 
5.2 
5.8 

3.8 

921 
12 

241 
87 


5 to 9 


20 


10 to 19 


84 


20 to 49 


27 


50 or more 




Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 


17 
1 368 


PERSONS IN UNIT 

3 persons 


458 
430 
210 
152 


6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units. 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 


75 

43 

2.03 

2.25 

1.52 

1 349 

13 


1.51 or more 


6 


Mean 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $20,000 


.45 

744 

3 


$20,000 to $39,999 


173 


$40,000 to $59,999 


459 


$60,000 to $79,999 


96 


$80,000 to $99,999 


11 


$100,000 to $149,999 


1 


$150,000 to $199,999 


1 


$200,000 to $249,999 


- 


$250,000 to $299,999 .• 


- 


$300,000 or more 


- 


Median (dollars) 


48 200 


Mean (dollars) 


48 700 


CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) _ 


536 

292 

303 


With meals included in rent .. 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 


2 
325 


No meals included in rent . 

No cash rent 


524 

10 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



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Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990- 


-Con. 








[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 
























Neenah city, 


Winnebogo County 


-Con. 






Oshkosh city, Winnebago County 




Census Tract or Block Numbering 






















Area 








Tract 37.01 


Tract 37.02 














Tract 34 (pt.) 


Tract 35 


Tract 36 (pt.) 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Tract 1 


Tract 2 


Tract 3 (pt.) 


Tract 4 (pt.) 


Tract 5 


All housing units 


1 725 


1 085 


1 088 


1 553 


374 


1 356 


1 235 


1 757 


1 256 


1 944 


TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 






















HOUSEHOLDER 
























1 683 

1 246 

74.0 

1 233 


1 073 
475 
44.3 
473 


1 067 
906 
84.9 
889 


1 522 
846 
55.6 
841 


370 
352 
95.1 
350 


1 296 
750 
57.9 
744 


1 174 
496 
42.2 
495 


1 703 

1 143 

67.1 

1 127 


1 206 
786 
65.2 
779 


1 854 




864 


Percent of occupied housing units 

White 


46.6 

858 

2 


Black „ 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


_ 


— 


3 
2 


American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


4 


- 


1 


2 


- 


2 


1 


2 

13 


3 


Asian or Pacific Islander 


3 


— 


15 


1 


- 


3 


- 


Other race 


4 


2 


- 


1 


2 


- 


_ 


1 


2 




Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 


8 

1 229 

437 

433 


4 
471 
598 
584 

1 


1 
888 
161 
158 

1 


2 
840 
676 
664 

2 


2 

350 

18 

18 


3 
741 
546 
525 

3 


1 

494 

678 

638 

10 


4 

1 124 

560 

541 

4 


2 
779 

420 

406 

4 


5 
854 
990 
923 

9 

9 
45 

4 


American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. - 

Asian or Pacific Islander 


2 


4 
3 


1 

1 


3 
3 


_ 


2 
16 


5 
21 


3 
12 


10 


Other race 


2 


6 


- 


4 


- 


- 


4 


— 




Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 


4 
431 


12 
580 


2 
156 


6 
662 


18 


4 
522 


8 
635 


5 
537 


3 
403 


4 
921 


VACANCY STATUS 






















Vacant housing units 


42 


12 


21 


31 


4 


60 


61 


54 

16 

22 

1 


50 

15 
21 
10 


90 

} ] 




10 
14 
5 


9 


14 
2 


4 
13 
7 


1 
3 


10 
12 
3 


9 

23 
18 






59 




8 


For seasonal, recreationol, or occosionol use __- 


5 


1 


2 


4 


- 


5 


- 


12 


_ 


1 




_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 








8 


2 

1 


3 


3 


- 


30 
2 


11 


3 


4 


1 1 


Boarded up 




ROOMS 






















1 room 


8 
34 


1 
61 


16 


1 
16 


- 


4 
22 


15 
59 


3 
22 


9 
21 


39 
43 


3 rooms - 


100 


149 


64 


70 


2 


83 


214 


89 


92 


167 


4 rooms 


388 


316 


70 


377 


19 


219 


146 


357 


282 


313 


5 rooms 


526 


290 


144 


474 


109 


319 


237 


376 


349 


427 


6 rooms 


380 


158 


182 


336 


118 


311 


201 


343 


255 


427 


7 rooms 


169 


70 


208 


153 


55 


192 


162 


245 


148 


278 


8 or more rooms 


120 


40 


404 


126 


71 


206 


201 


322 


100 


250 
5.5 
5.5 
5.5 
6.3 


Median, all housing units _. 


5.1 


4.6 


6.8 


5.2 


6.0 


5.6 


5.3 


5.6 


5.1 


Mean, all housing units 


5.2 


4.7 


6.8 


5.3 


6.3 


5.8 


5.4 


5.8 


5.3 


Median, occupied housing units 


5.2 


4.6 


6.8 


5.2 


6.0 


5.6 


5.3 


5.6 


5.2 
5.7 


Median, owner-occupied housing units 


5.4 


5.4 


7.2 


5.9 


6.0 


6.3 


6.8 


6.4 




4.1 


3.9 


3.6 


4.3 


4.7 


4.7 


4.2 


4.2 


4.2 


4.7 


UNITS IN STRUaURE 






















1, detached 


1 374 


468 


937 


740 


356 


828 


605 


1 211 


936 


1 061 
26 


1, attached 


22 


33 


2 


144 


7 


10 


12 


53 


8 


2 


173 


120 


14 


265 


11 


420 


316 


89 


173 


593 


3 or 4 


49 


154 


50 


151 


_ 


41 


80 


169 


81 


133 


5 to 9 


20 
53 
23 


116 
96 
35 
56 


22 

5 

55 


119 
93 
32 


- 


21 
24 


15 

19 

61 

112 


142 
87 


14 
15 


39 


10 to 19 


39 


20 to 49 


46 


50 or more 


2 

5 


Mobile home or trailer 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


20 


Other 


11 


5 


3 


9 


- 


11 


15 


5 


9 


Occupied housing units 


1 683 


1 073 


1 067 


1 522 


370 


1 296 


1 174 


1 703 


1 206 


1 854 


PERSONS IN UNIT 






















1 person 


439 


316 


205 


303 


22 


376 


427 


419 


334 


511 


2 persons 


605 


339 


375 


475 


92 


430 


329 


651 


445 


606 


3 persons 


264 


182 


181 


328 


79 


215 


179 


267 


192 


314 
240 


4 persons 


258 


148 


188 


282 


115 


169 


131 


239 


153 


5 persons 


89 


65 


84 


95 


40 


67 


66 


101 


60 


121 
62 
2.19 
2.18 
2.20 


6 or more persons 


28 


23 


34 


39 


22 


39 


42 


26 


22 


Median, occupied housing units . 


2.17 


2.15 


2.38 


2.46 


3.40 


2.13 


1.99 


2.16 


2.10 


Median, owner-occupied housing units 


2.25 


2.79 


2.54 


2.80 


3.49 


2.17 


2.38 


2.32 


2.19 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 


1.89 


1.68 


1.50- 


2.16 


1.80 


2.07 


1.60 


1.81 


1.95 


PERSONS PER ROOM 






















1.00 or less 


1 668 


1 048 


1 065 


1 495 


364 


1 273 


1 143 


1 686 


1 190 


1 810 
30 


1.01 to 1.50 


11 
4 


16 
9 


2 


24 
3 


6 


16 
7 


22 
9 


13 
4 


11 
5 


1.51 or more 


14 


Mean 


.46 


.52 


.40 


.50 


.53 


.42 


.44 


.42 


.45 


.45 


VALUE 






















Specified owner-occupied housing units 


1 139 


430 


857 


724 


330 


630 


421 


1 048 


702 


748 

13 


Less than $20,000 


4 

211 

719 

174 

25 

5 

1 

49 300 

50 600 


22 
216 

175 
14 
2 

1 

58 400 

59 200 


8 

131 

237 

189 

213 

47 

23 

4 

5 

85 700 

96 800 


2 

6 

167 

393 

93 

60 

3 

67 100 
71 500 


45 

180 

51 

11 

15 

20 

6 

2 

74 200 

92 800 


8 

235 

236 

85 

19 

25 

11 

3 

5 

3 

44 900 

55 700 


6 
120 
192 

55 

20 

18 

6 

3 

1 

46 700 
54 800 


3 

72 

238 

245 

188 

208 

52 

22 

9 

11 

75 900 

90 000 


12 

230 

364 

84 

4 

5 

3 

45 400 

46 500 


$20,000 to $39,999 


236 


$40,000 to $59,999 


368 


$60,000 to $79,999 


105 


$80,000 to $99,999 


19 


$100,000 to $149,999 


6 


$150,000 to $199,999 


- 


$200,000 to $249,999 


- 


$250,000 to $299,999 


- 


$300,000 or more 


1 


Median (dollars) 


46 500 


Mean (dollars) 


47 800 


CONTRACT RENT 




Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 


429 


597 


160 


675 


18 


539 


677 


554 


414 


986 


307 


301 


281 


360 


413 


291 


284 


333 


285 


298 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


307 


298 


266 


363 


387 


296 


283 


339 


287 


316 


With meals included in rent 


414 
15 


2 

300 

594 

1 


1 
137 
154 

5 


667 
8 


17 
1 


2 

225 

525 

12 


2 
325 
670 

5 


2 
169 

541 
11 


403 

11 


- 


Mean contract rent (dollars) 


- 


No meals included in rent 


975 


No cash rent 


11 



50 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



■ 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units 

TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Block 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

attached 

2... 

or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

Other _ 

Occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units.. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999.. 1 

$300,000 or more- 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units .. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 6 



Tract 7 



Tract 8 Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



Tract 1 1 



Tract 12 Tract 13 (pt.) Tract 14 (pt.) Tract 15 (pt.; 



846 



766 
73 

9.5 
72 



1 

71 

693 

668 

4 

5 

11 

5 

10 
663 



80 

1 

66 

3 

2 



825 



787 
199 
25.3 
197 



197 

588 

567 

4 

7 

10 

7 
560 



38 



30 
2 



1 519 



441 

874 

60.7 

863 

2 

1 

7 

1 

3 

861 

567 

554 

4 

4 

2 

3 

6 
551 



78 

13 

30 

4 

21 

10 



969 



944 

622 

65.9 

618 

2 

1 

1 



618 
322 
311 

1 
3 
5 
2 

5 
308 



25 

9 
5 

3 



1 168 



1 133 
571 
50.4 
568 



1 



3 

566 

562 

547 

6 

3 

3 

3 

3 
547 



35 

6 
9 

1 
4 

15 



1 871 



1 821 

906 

49.8 

899 

2 

1 

3 
1 

1 

899 

915 

894 

3 

7 

8 

3 

10 
887 



50 

9 
16 

10 
2 



982 



926 
546 
59.0 
542 



1 
541 
380 
370 



3 
367 



56 

8 

23 

1 
1 

23 
1 



1 211 



178 
816 
69.3 
810 

1 

3 
2 



362 

347 

3 

4 



3 
344 



33 

10 
9 
1 
3 



1 749 



1 712 

1 255 

73.3 



1 247 
1 
3 
3 
1 

4 

1 244 

457 

452 

3 
2 

4 
448 



37 

7 

10 
3 

4 



77 


15 


1 


_ 


41 


3 


15 


2 


1 


114 


35 


38 


13 


51 


106 


15 


8 


20 


293 


124 


137 


45 


153 


282 


68 


49 


114 


113 


165 


318 


239 


304 


433 


202 


198 


420 


97 


153 


346 


267 


245 


467 


221 


326 


470 


70 


130 


289 


210 


176 


277 


201 


264 


325 


36 


90 


219 


105 


117 


171 


146 


202 


244 


46 


113 


171 


90 


81 


132 


114 


162 


155 


3.3 


5.0 


5.3 


5.2 


4.6 


4.7 


5.4 


5.6 


5.2 


3.8 


5.2 


5.4 


5.4 


4.8 


4.9 


5.5 


5.8 


5.4 


3.3 


5.0 


5.3 


5.2 


4.6 


4.7 


5.4 


5.6 


5.2 


6.7 


6.6 


6.0 


5.7 


5.7 


5.7 


6.1 


6.1 


5.6 


3.2 


4.5 


4.2 


4.3 


3.8 


3.8 


4.3 


4.5 


4.2 


80 


307 


932 


638 


622 


898 


624 


855 


1 138 


1 


13 


19 


56 


9 


45 


8 


36 


29 


141 


231 


199 


63 


122 


103 


213 


185 


293 


132 


59 


42 


107 


19 


77 


34 


62 


52 


123 


96 


74 


44 


69 


161 


22 


28 


25 


69 


38 


15 


20 


180 


197 


10 


29 


- 


4 


7 


50 


32 


75 


135 


36 


- 


1 


243 


52 
1 


177 

1 


- 


62 


241 

1 


- 


- 


64 
131 


53 


21 


10 


9 


10 


13 


35 


16 


16 


766 


787 


1 441 


944 


1 133 


1 821 


926 


1 178 


1 712 


488 


163 


419 


217 


430 


648 


293 


285 


528 


150 


205 


529 


351 


394 


607 


302 


403 


602 


54 


165 


215 


147 


148 


272 


146 


246 


249 


51 


179 


185 


161 


114 


203 


111 


161 


227 


11 


53 


56 


51 


38 


65 


54 


60 


76 


12 


22 


37 


17 


9 


26 


20 


23 


30 


1.50- 


2.65 


2.07 


2.23 


1.85 


1.93 


2.06 


2.25 


2.04 


1.88 


2.35 


2.19 


2.36 


2.21 


2.23 


2.21 


2.29 


2.16 


1.50- 


2.76 


1.88 


1.98 


1.50- 


1.50- 


1.85 


2.17 


1.65 


751 


760 


1 420 


932 


1 124 


1 799 


913 


1 166 


1 700 


9 


25 


17 


10 


4 


20 


9 


9 


9 


6 


2 


4 


2 


5 


2 


4 


3 


3 


.44 


.53 


.43 


.46 


.43 


.45 


.43 


.43 


.43 


40 


164 


756 


533 


487 


783 


473 


726 


992 


1 


2 


9 


4 


1 


2 


16 


3 


3 


13 


44 


170 


66 


103 


86 


216 


193 


169 


13 


82 


415 


173 


227 


315 


210 


318 


503 


9 


22 


111 


205 


119 


268 


29 


154 


230 


4 


5 


18 


59 


25 


91 


1 


42 


59 




7 


12 


22 


7 


21 


1 


13 


26 


_ 


2 


16 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 
1 


~~ 


— 


1 
1 


_ 


49 000 


46 700 


3 

48 600 


61 700 


1 
50 400 


59 400 


40 300 


1 
50 200 


1 
52 800 


51 100 


53 300 


54 400 


63 400 


55 200 


61 400 


41 400 


53 400 


56 300 


692 


582 


561 


321 


554 


910 


373 


358 


452 


209 


373 


323 


355 


352 


340 


289 


315 


325 


233 


380 


368 


331 


387 


312 


294 


307 


358 


1 


2 


_ 


- 


22 


2 


- 


- 


- 


90 


481 


_ 


_ 


893 


225 


- 


- 


- 


682 


560 


543 


312 


523 


890 


367 


349 


438 


9 


20 


18 


9 


9 


18 


6 


9 


14 



1 424 



1 357 
878 
64.7 

871 

1 

4 
2 

3 

870 
479 
465 

2 
1 

9 
2 

5 
462 



67 

6 
27 

3 

13 



8 
23 

109 
249 
313 
287 
191 
244 
5.5 
5.7 
5.6 
6.2 
4.4 



914 
23 

379 
40 

16 
19 



33 
1 357 



424 
431 
214 
173 
81 
34 
2.09 
2.17 
1.91 



1 343 

9 

5 

.41 



747 

1 

183 

369 

109 

31 

31 

11 

6 

4 

2 

48 700 

58 500 



476 

290 
299 



458 
18 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



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Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990- 



Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units. 



TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) . 
White, not of Hispanic origin. 



VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 16 (pt.) Tract 17 (pt.) Tract 18 (pt.) 



ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units- 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 



3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 
Other 



Occupied housing units . 



PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units. 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 



VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999.. 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999.. 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 



CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meols included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



121 



112 

35 

31.3 

35 



1 
34 
77 
75 

1 



75 

9 

9 



5 
7 

53 
16 
13 
15 
12 
4.4 
5.0 
4.5 
6.8 
4.2 



37 
4 
7 

37 
2 

34 



112 



22 

45 

20 

17 

4 

4 

2.26 

3.29 

2.05 



110 
2 



.49 



30 



52 



51 

50 

98.0 

50 



50 

1 
1 



1 

19 

17 

7 

8 

5.9 

6.2 

5.9 

5.9 

8.5+ 



52 



6 

15 

10 

12 

6 

2 

2.95 

2.90 

6.00 



51 
.49 

49 



1 499 



1 453 

1 037 

71.4 

1 022 

2 

12 

1 

7 

1 016 

416 

411 

1 

1 

2 

1 

3 
409 



46 

9 

21 

9 

3 



6 
13 
63 
262 
338 
320 
217 
280 
5.7 
5.9 
5.7 
6.3 
4.2 



972 
51 
47 
125 
233 
60 



11 
1 453 



225 
517 
271 
303 
107 
30 
2.47 
2.95 
1.94 



1 436 

13 

4 

.47 



920 



Tract 19 (pt.) 
43 



43 

41 

95.3 

41 



1 
5 
10 

11 
7 
9 
6.0 
6.2 
6.0 
5.9 
6.5 



43 



43 



15 

11 

5 

2 

2 

2.40 

2.39 

2.50 



Remainder of Winnebago County 



Tract 3 (pt.) 



64 



56 

47 

83.9 

46 

1 



46 
9 
9 



3 
5 
17 
12 
10 
11 
6 
5.1 
5.3 
5.4 
5.8 
4.3 



62 
2 



56 



42 





1 

5 

13 

10 

1 




2 
39 

7 
1 


2 
118 
377 
242 
129 
42 

8 




5 

12 
10 
2 
3 
3 




3 
9 
14 
7 
8 
1 


96 000 
99 600 


72 
73 


500 
700 


1 
78 000 
87 100 


1 
60 700 
87 200 


69 000 
79 000 




77 

370 
383 




1 


416 

357 
331 




1 
438 
437 




9 

375 
390 




74 
3 




1 


411 
5 




1 




6 
3 



Tract 4 (pt.) Tract 9 (pt.) 



36 



2 34 

1 18 

50.0 52.9 

1 18 



1 
1 
8.0 
8.5 
8.0 
7.0 
8.5+ 



18 
16 
16 



16 



16 

3 

5 

3 

7 

4.5 

5.4 

4.4 

6.3 

4.0 



34 



14 


_ 


4 


21 


- 


17 


11 


- 


5 


7 


- 


3 


2 


1 


4 
1 


2.17 


5.50 


2.26 


2.24 


6.00 


2.33 


1.50- 


5.00 


2.23 


54 
1 


2 


33 


1 
.43 


.65 


1 
.51 



14 

1 

2 
8 

2 

1 



70 000 
78 600 



16 

379 
389 



16 



Tract 10 (pt.) 



52 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units 

TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1 , attached 

2 

3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 

Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units-. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 „ 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 • 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units.. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cosh rent 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 13 (pt.) 



Tract 14 (pt.) 



Tract 15 (pt.) 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.: 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



22 



43 



650 



760 



1 204 



1 412 



Tract 20 



2 150 



22 


40 


601 


704 


1 165 


1 299 


1 980 


18 


26 


463 


624 


1 078 


1 139 


1 566 


81.8 


65.0 


77.0 


88.6 


92.5 


87.7 


79.1 


18 


26 


462 


619 


1 073 


1 135 


1 555 






1 


1 
2 




2 


7 


_ 


_ 




2 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 






_ 


2 


3 


1 


9 


18 


26 


462 


618 


1 071 


1 134 


1 550 


4 


14 


138 


80 


87 


160 


414 


4 


13 


135 


79 


87 


157 

1 


410 

1 


- 


- 


1 
1 


1 


- 


2 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4 


1 
13 


135 


79 


1 
86 


1 
156 


3 
409 




3 


49 


56 


39 


113 


170 




1 




4 


19 


8 


25 




1 


5 


6 


1 


12 


14 




1 




2 


2 


3 


8 


- 




36 


38 


10 


70 


76 


_ 


_ 


8 


6 


7 

1 


20 


47 




11 


7 


2 




5 


19 






17 


10 


5 


18 


30 


1 


1 


35 


30 


8 


34 


123 


2 


9 


143 


139 


86 


150 


314 


7 


7 


157 


239 


241 


307 


477 


1 


7 


115 


156 


332 


320 


479 


3 


3 


80 


84 


249 


254 


354 


8 


5 


96 


100 


283 


324 


354 


6.5 


4.6 


5.3 


5.3 


6.3 


6.1 


5.7 


6.7 


4.5 


5.5 


5.6 


6.5 


6.3 


5.9 


6.5 


4.6 


5.3 


5.4 


6.3 


6.2 


5.8 


6.8 


5.5 


5.7 


5.4 


6.4 


6.3 


6.0 


5.0 


1.5- 


4.3 


4.9 


5.3 


5.0 


4.5 


20 


31 


505 


552 


1 153 


1 285 


1 730 






5 


5 


13 


15 


15 


2 


_ 


23 


30 


31 


39 


93 






7 


8 


_ 


7 


24 






12 




1 


1 


56 




12 


31 


_ 


- 


12 


15 


_ 






- 


- 


- 


27 






_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 






65 


160 


3 


37 


167 


- 


- 


2 


5 


3 


16 


23 


22 


40 


601 


704 


1 165 


1 299 


1 980 


4 


16 


127 


112 


117 


188 


371 


11 


13 


250 


258 


449 


488 


705 


2 


3 


96 


132 


228 


222 


326 


4 


4 


90 


148 


249 


255 


359 




4 


27 


29 


86 


106 


144 


1 




11 


25 


36 


40 


75 


2.14 


1.81 


2.19 


2.43 


2.57 


2.45 


2.38 


2.17 


2.28 


2.30 


2.44 


2.59 


2.45 


2.45 


2.00 


1.50- 


1.87 


2.33 


2.45 


2.38 


2.05 


21 


38 


598 


688 


1 159 


1 293 


1 948 


1 




2 


15 


6 


5 


29 




2 


1 


1 


— 


1 


3 


.37 


.47 


.44 


.48 


.44 


.44 


.46 


13 


24 


365 


419 


966 


858 


1 084 






4 


1 


1 


7 


18 




4 


35 


14 


28 


43 


207 


1 


16 


87 


84 


118 


184 


442 


4 


3 


77 


143 


282 


266 


250 


2 


1 


53 


86 


263 


138 


93 


6 




72 


71 


195 


134 


60 






24 


14 


45 


46 


8 






8 


5 


16 


17 


4 




_ 


3 


_ 


9 


14 


2 




_ 


2 


1 


9 


9 


- 


95 000 


52 000 


74 000 


73 800 


83 600 


74 600 


53 900 


95 600 


52 000 


88 000 


83 100 


94 700 


91 000 


59 700 


4 


13 


131 


68 


76 


123 


349 


213 


216 


309 


315 


365 


310 


254 


262 


231 


310 


341 


365 


327 


259 


3 


11 


125 


62 


71 


116 


321 


1 


2 


6 


6 


5 


7 


28 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 53 



Table 9. 



Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 








Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 








Area 


Tract 21 


Tract 22 


Tract 23 


Tract 24 


Tract 25 (pt.) 


Tract 26.01 (pt.) 


Tract 26.02 (pt.) 


Tract 28.98 (pt.) 


TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 


1 281 

1 021 
839 
82.2 
837 

2 

1 
836 
182 
176 

2 

2 
2 

2 
176 

260 

13 
1 

16 
205 

25 
2 

7 
31 
89 
212 
236 
249 
195 
262 
5.8 
5.9 
6.1 
6.2 
5.1 

1 107 

5 

30 
9 

91 
39 

1 021 

177 
372 
184 
159 
82 
47 
2.40 
2.40 
2.39 

1 003 

15 

3 

.45 

434 

14 

107 

158 

111 

26 

15 

2 

1 

53 000 
55 200 

111 

223 
244 

96 
15 


3 008 

2 359 

1 978 

83.8 

1 975 

3 

3 

1 972 
381 
378 

1 
1 
1 

2 

377 

649 

36 

10 

9 

539 

55 
6 

44 
101 
232 
515 
643 
594 
367 
512 
5.5 
5.6 
5.8 
6.0 
4.5 

2 548 

56 
87 
56 
34 
17 
29 

129 
52 

2 359 

451 
866 
386 
421 
173 
62 
2.34 
2.39 
1.95 

2 333 
22 

4 
.44 

1 469 

21 

198 

436 

381 

175 

181 

56 

12 

9 

63 700 
73 000 

342 

246 
262 

299 
43 


1 273 

1 233 

1 081 

87.7 

1 076 

2 
2 

1 

5 

1 073 

152 

150 

1 
1 

150 

40 

12 
2 
8 
5 

13 

1 
3 

24 
113 
228 
309 
258 
337 
6.4 
6.6 
6.4 
6.5 
5.7 

1 120 
11 
52 

4 

1 
1 

71 
13 

1 233 

146 
476 
223 
252 
103 
33 
2.49 
2.51 
2.36 

1 224 

7 

2 

.43 

715 

2 

27 

130 

224 

161 

121 

28 

16 

3 

3 

77 500 

87 400 

105 

304 
301 

89 
16 


1 939 

1 863 

1 526 

81.9 

1 514 

9 
3 

8 

1 509 

337 

327 

3 

4 

2 

1 

1 
327 

76 

42 

1 
14 
17 

2 

6 
35 
249 
467 
456 
294 
432 
6.0 
6.3 
6.0 
6.3 
4.7 

1 310 

218 

116 

96 

49 

28 

106 

16 

1 863 

232 
632 
377 
423 
158 
41 
2.68 
2.78 
2.33 

1 852 

10 

1 

.46 

1 245 

2 
20 

170 

373 

277 

255 

103 

25 

10 

10 

84 300 

98 400 

331 

419 
441 

1 
487 
324 

6 


1 559 

1 517 
555 
36.6 
552 

1 
1 
1 

1 

551 

962 

945 

1 

8 

6 

2 

6 
941 

42 

2 
32 

3 

1 

4 

11 
77 
277 
473 
314 
188 
96 
123 
4.4 
4.7 
4.4 
6.0 
3.9 

583 
21 
48 
38 
495 
269 
63 

36 
6 

1 517 

605 

502 

206 

148 

43 

13 

1.81 

2.36 

1.50- 

1 503 

12 

2 

.44 

503 

35 
126 

180 

84 

54 

11 

7 

3 

3 

69 100 

78 300 

958 

349 
339 

2 
300 
947 

9 


847 

821 
742 
90.4 
735 

2 
5 

3 

734 

79 

78 

1 

1 
77 

26 

6 
4 
5 
5 

6 

1 

1 
6 

16 
155 
236 
223 
111 

99 
5.5 
5.8 
5.6 
5.7 
4.3 

662 

30 
19 

9 
20 

3 

101 
3 

821 

149 
336 
140 
132 
38 
26 
2.28 
2.29 
2.16 

812 
8 
1 

.45 

602 

1 

34 

205 

199 

79 

47 

23 

6 

2 

6 

64 400 

78 000 

78 

344 
344 

75 
3 


696 

687 

535 
77.9 
529 

1 
1 
3 

1 

4 
526 
152 
148 

2 

2 

2 

148 

9 

3 
4 

1 

1 

15 
20 
15 
91 
169 
187 
96 
103 
5.7 
5.7 
5.7 
6.1 
4.1 

522 

31 

99 

3 

1 

9 
27 

4 
687 

99 
223 
139 
146 
54 
26 
2.65 
2.94 
1.96 

675 
7 
5 

.50 

488 

9 

90 

285 

86 

18 

70 400 

71 100 

151 

358 
358 

149 
2 


176 

172 


Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units . 

White — 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


139 
80.8 
139 


Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 


139 
33 

33 


Other race 

Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units .. 

For sale only 

For rent 


33 

4 


Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 


1 

1 


Other vacant 


2 


Boarded up 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, all housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units 


1 

4 
35 
49 
37 
29 
21 
5.5 
5.8 
5.5 
5.9 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 


4.3 


UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 _. ... 

3 or 4 

5 to 9 


152 
4 
10 
6 
4 


10 to 19 


_ 


20 to 49 


- 


50 or more 


- 


Mobile home or trailer 

Other 

Occupied housing units 


172 


PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 


38 
59 

41 


4 persons 


23 


5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 


9 

2 

2.31 

2.43 


Median, renter-occupied housing units 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 


1.75 
172 


1.51 or more 


- 


VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $20,000 


.43 
128 


$20,000 to $39,999 


16 


$40,000 to $59,999 


57 


$60,000 to $79,999 


24 


$80,000 to $99,999 


14 


$100,000 to $149,999 


10 


$150,000 to $199,999 


4 


$200,000 to $249,999 


2 


$250,000 to $299,999 


1 


$300,000 or more. 


- 


Median (dollars) 


55 900 


Mean (dollars) 


70 300 


CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Median contract rent (dollars) 


33 

317 


Mean contract rent (dollors) 


317 


With meals included in rent 


- 


Mean contract rent (dollors) 


- 


No meals included in rent 


31 




2 



54 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 9. Occupancy, Utilization, and Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 



[For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units. 



TENURE BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF 
HOUSEHOLDER 

Occupied housing units 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Percent of occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) 

White, not of Hispanic origin 

Renter-occupied housing units 

White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut. 

Asian or Pacific Islander 

Other race 



Hispanic origin (of any race) . 
White, not of Hispanic origin. 



VACANCY STATUS 

Vacant housing units 

For sale only 

For rent 

Rented or sold, not occupied 

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. 

For migrant workers 

Other vacant 

Boarded up 






ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median, oil housing units 

Mean, all housing units 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units. 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached 

1, attached 

2 

3 or 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 19 

20 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

Other 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 (pt.) 



Tract 31.98 (pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 34 (pt.] 



Occupied housing units . 



PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median, occupied housing units 

Median, owner-occupied housing units. 
Median, renter-occupied housing units. 

PERSONS PER ROOM 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Mean 



VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units. 

Less than $20,000 

$20,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 to $199,999 

$200,000 to $249,999 

$250,000 to $299,999 

$300,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 



CONTRACT RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units. 

Median contract rent (dollars) 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

With meals included in rent 

Mean contract rent (dollars) 

No meals included in rent 

No cash rent 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



104 



Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 (pt.) 



137 



43 



10 
1 

1 



Tract 37.02 (pt.) 



1 200 



100 


130 


42 


1 160 


85 


127 


32 


1 080 


85.0 


97.7 


76.2 


93.1 


84 


125 


31 


1 074 

1 


1 


2 


1 


1 
4 


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74 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Calumet County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



Outagamie County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) Kaukauno city 



Winnebago County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign bom 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years.-. 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years ... 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years .., 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA. 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN. RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less thon 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Wolked — 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time lor work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m.. 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) . 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



315 121 

309 548 
5 573 



678 



34 291 

34 031 
260 



84 



290 962 


31 454 


1 744 


170 


11 252 


1 349 


4 206 


403 


2 587 


191 


917 


62 


138 


3 


2 439 


113 


1 716 


106 


1 176 


82 




/» 


84 460 


9 075 


7 256 


816 


4 525 


624 


54 611 


6 933 


46 429 


5 878 


22 593 


1 326 


19 565 


1 105 


196 589 


20 940 


17 326 


2 473 


20 184 


1 787 


82 055 


9 772 


29 097 


2 766 


14 593 


1 442 


23 886 


2 069 


9 448 


631 


80.9 


79.7 


17.0 


12.9 


194 


213 


1 387 


1 706 


2 088 


2 339 


290 962 


31 454 


169 810 


20 655 


119 747 


10 765 


44 573 


2 573 


35 180 


5 005 


23 500 


1 446 


16 494 


1 741 


1 405 


34 


236 416 


19 600 


167 963 


15 521 


78 705 


14 691 


29 458 


5 142 


9 338 


2 570 


156 814 


17 270 


139 250 


14 733 


125 257 


12 936 


13 993 


1 797 


1 676 


67 


1 557 


65 


9 


2 


8 385 


1 157 


1 596 


170 


5 907 


1 143 


1.06 


1.07 


15.9 


16.9 


11 305 


1 414 


36 190 


4 209 


45 115 


4 426 


15 979 


1 350 


42 318 


4 728 


145 966 


15 459 


34 837 


2 848 


4 997 


356 


26 502 


1 487 


1 148 


469 


1 327 


1 199 


2 227 


2 182 


4 636 


4 296 


29 917 


199 


1 289 


202 


15 469 


798 


6 060 


576 


17 557 


847 


10 848 


1 811 


1 875 


175 


522 


32 


1 343 


109 


715 


554 


817 


129 


810 


75 


572 


507 


1 439 


36 


2 755 


194 



9 075 

8 963 
112 



26 

8 153 

90 
242 
130 
55 
21 

90 
90 
82 



2 625 

297 

206 

1 920 

1 797 
408 
335 

5 205 

233 
279 

2 257 
869 
446 
882 
239 

90.2 
21.5 



231 

1 592 

2 073 



8 153 

4 434 

3 701 

2 021 

704 

504 

472 

18 



9 075 
7 710 



4 678 

4 422 

4 159 

263 

44 
44 

97 
36 
79 

1.03 
16.8 

248 
1 109 
1 451 

471 
1 320 

4 490 

1 827 

108 

778 

402 



16 
87 
120 
457 
232 
455 
188 
78 

42 



23 



68.2 
15.9 



2 000 
2 000 



1.00 
16.2 



140 510 

138 034 
2 476 



357 

129 025 

1 000 



997 
022 
246 
479 
76 
234 
894 
729 



37 415 

3 395 
2 061 
25 966 
21 444 
8 054 
6 120 



86 689 

7 874 

8 135 
37 028 
12 103 

7 077 
10 690 
3 782 

81.5 
16.7 



204 

1 393 

2 176 



129 025 

77 082 

51 272 

16 702 

17 971 
10 027 

6 572 
671 



102 158 

75 508 

38 352 

12 289 

4 414 



70 135 

62 337 

56 535 

5 802 

787 

753 

7 

3 607 
629 

2 775 

1.05 
16.3 

4 978 

16 079 

20 641 
7 818 

17 844 

64 933 

26 674 

4 336 

21 693 
428 

97 
32 

260 
1 037 

597 

3 354 



9 
28 
31 



4 437 

5 202 
1 470 

448 

1 071 

41 

95 

12 

49 

1 052 

964 



56 177 

54 449 
1 728 



229 

51 787 

697 



2 826 

1 142 

592 

191 

48 

1 016 

717 

568 



15 060 

1 358 
789 

9 454 

8 116 

4 248 

2 652 



35 598 

2 595 

2 927 
12 616 

5 818 

3 157 

6 075 
2 410 

84.5 
23.8 



178 
1 203 
1 956 



51 787 

27 901 
23 407 
10 957 
3 813 
5 451 
3 186 
479 



56 177 

41 404 



27 990 

24 890 
22 565 

2 325 
574 
544 

5 

1 672 

287 

567 

1.05 
15.3 

1 493 

5 827 
9 453 

3 666 

6 984 

26 903 

15 540 

572 

4 819 
300 

32 

9 

99 

418 

324 

1 598 

1 051 

2 141 
1 087 

238 

107 

169 

18 

56 



11 982 

II 845 
137 



45 

10 927 

159 

353 

230 

74 

45 

6 

153 

137 

144 



2 987 

339 
155 
2 211 
1 771 
437 
387 



' 438 

873 
749 
I 603 
843 
573 
591 
206 

78.2 
10.7 



270 

1 616 

2 249 



10 927 



11 982 
8 918 



13 
105 
381 



5 550 

5 013 

4 521 
492 

44 

42 

2 

328 
49 

116 

1.05 
16.4 

444 
1 418 
1 534 

597 
1 441 

5 130 

1 097 

2 072 
1 393 

17 

17 

18 

24 

60 

13 

138 

142 

139 

420 

103 

76 

105 

10 

19 



140 320 

137 483 
2 837 



237 

130 483 

574 



906 
781 
150 
376 
59 
092 
716 
365 



37 970 

3 045 
1 840 
21 712 
19 107 
13 213 
12 340 



88 960 

6 979 

10 262 
35 255 
14 228 

6 074 

11 127 
5 035 

80.6 
18.2 



181 
300 
934 



130 483 

72 073 

57 710 

25 298 

12 204 

12 027 

8 181 
700 



114 658 

76 934 

25 662 

12 027 

2 354 



69 409 

62 180 

55 786 

6 394 

822 

739 

3 621 
797 

1 989 

1.06 
15.3 

4 913 
15 902 
20 048 

6 811 
19 746 

65 574 

5 315 
305 

3 322 

251 

31 

13 

80 

28 681 

490 

11 317 
3 496 

12 273 
3 835 

230 

42 

163 

120 

593 

.723 

16 

351 

1 597 



399 

399 



393 

15 



25 



327 

19 
12 
66 
72 
25 
111 
22 

90.5 
40.7 



95 

1 000 



393 

31 
362 
149 

65 
101 

47 



399 
6 



191 

180 

158 

22 

5 

5 



1.07 
16.8 

6 
59 
40 

6 

74 

185 
29 
14 
40 



25 
34 

5 
30 

6 



14 638 

14 381 
257 



59 



13 483 


132 


550 


316 


183 


75 


36 


187 


157 


68 


3 558 


288 


152 


2 473 


2 131 


797 


738 


9 372 


823 


1 188 


4 285 


1 333 


674 


772 


297 


78.5 


11.4 


263 


1 363 


1 974 


13 483 


7 484 


5 924 


1 509 


2 894 


970 


551 


75 


14 638 


10 362 



7 189 

6 611 

6 002 
609 

59 
48 

305 

75 
139 

1.05 
15.4 

622 

1 878 

1 934 

644 

1 972 

7 039 
1 233 

31 

716 

86 

17 

6 

278 

177 

1 631 

1 512 

1 352 

150 

44 

18 

14 

5 

10 



6 
53 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 75 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 

[Dota based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Winnebago County— Con. 



Neenah city Oshkosh city 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 



Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Calumet 
County 



Tract 203.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 



Menasha city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 



Tract 203.02 (pt.) 



Remainder of Calumet County 



Tract 20) 



Tract 203.01 
Tract 202 (pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isoloted 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years -. 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years .. 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years .. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or von 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5-00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m.. 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Boy city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygon, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Monitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



23 219 


55 006 


22 746 


53 443 


473 


1 563 



127 



21 364 


51 401 


25 


334 


652 


2 391 


211 


856 


211 


410 


53 


95 


6 


7 


100 


696 


60 


446 


12 


256 


5 738 


17 294 


695 


1 077 


449 


660 


3 916 


7 235 


3 430 


6 310 


1 127 


8 982 


940 


8 649 


14 897 


32 942 


894 


2 759 


1 473 


4 286 


5 988 


11 842 


2 346 


5 603 


1 142 


1 997 


2 169 


4 282 


885 


2 173 


84.1 


78.6 


20.5 


19.6 


301 


139 


1 420 


1 137 


1 964 


1 884 


21 364 


51 401 


11 897 


24 490 


9 355 


26 515 


4 932 


13 069 


1 853 


2 427 


1 449 


6 608 


1 121 


4 411 


112 


396 


23 219 


55 006 


17 577 


33 611 



11 168 


26 712 


10 141 


23 102 


9 327 


20 206 


814 


2 896 


84 


533 


64 


491 


515 


2 243 


208 


329 


220 


505 


1.04 


1.07 


13.5 


13.9 


678 


1 868 


2 568 


5 511 


3 633 


7 353 


1 040 


2 745 


3 029 


8 730 


10 854 


25 058 


1 166 


460 


90 


37 


665 


468 


50 


10 


20 


23 


566 


21 053 


79 


8 


5 439 


702 


744 


130 


2 035 


2 167 


314 


1 654 


41 


70 


- 


6 


16 


28 


15 


69 


7 


389 


22 


317 


6 


4 


23 


62 


184 


709 



7 623 

7 523 
100 



18 

6 910 

82 
175 
104 

27 
7 

90 
90 
82 



2 142 

224 
166 
1 640 
1 564 
278 
243 



\ 371 

223 
259 

! 031 
711 
327 
646 
174 

89.0 
18.8 



245 

1 613 

2 053 



6 910 

4 081 

2 829 

1 513 

562 

329 

425 



7 623 
6 318 



3 927 

3 727 

3 464 

263 

44 
44 

97 
27 
32 

1.04 
17.2 

185 
976 

1 098 
420 

1 216 



3 755 

1 594 

100 

685 

297 



16 
64 
109 
332 
199 
351 
172 
68 

42 



5 557 

5 493 
64 



24 

5 032 

27 

201 
86 
37 
23 



1 528 

199 
144 
1 012 
761 
317 
242 



3 457 

269 
225 
1 446 
554 
297 
491 
175 

85.7 
19.3 



95 

1 643 

2 224 



9 
28 
25 



2 179 
1 927 

3 378 
1 540 

403 



2 956 

2 691 

2 560 

131 



63 
23 
179 

1.03 
16.8 

250 
696 
961 
238 
632 

' 843 

765 

137 

450 

146 

14 

33 

342 

48 

73 

292 

236 

307 

113 

12 

15 

14 

11 

2 

59 



7 623 

7 523 
100 



18 

6 910 

82 
175 
104 

27 
7 



90 
90 
82 



2 142 

224 
166 
1 640 
1 564 
278 
243 



I 371 

223 
259 
> 031 
711 
327 
646 
174 

89.0 
18.8 



245 

1 613 

2 053 



6 910 

4 081 

2 829 

1 513 

562 

329 

425 



7 623 
6 318 



3 927 

3 727 

3 464 

263 

44 
44 

97 
27 
32 

1.04 
17.2 

185 
976 

1 098 
420 

1 216 



755 
594 
100 
685 
297 



16 
64 
109 

332 
199 
351 
172 



42 



9 
28 
25 



1 452 

1 440 
12 



1 243 



483 

73 

40 
280 
233 
130 

92 



834 

10 
20 
226 
158 
119 
236 
65 

96.4 
36.1 



1 497 

2 155 

1 243 

353 
872 
508 
142 

175 
47 
18 



1 452 
1 392 



751 

695 
695 



9 
47 

1.00 
14.9 

63 
133 
353 

51 
104 

735 

233 

8 

93 

105 



23 
11 

125 
33 

104 
16 
10 



4 140 4 212 

4 109 4 201 
31 11 



79 


3 808 


3 841 


- 


4 


19 


10 


120 


126 


- 


21 


49 


- 


21 


18 


- 


8 


6 


_ 


_ 


2 


— 


~~ 


2 


45 


1 031 


1 071 


19 


56 


85 


9 


48 


71 


26 


836 


874 


16 


617 


698 


- 


139 


112 


- 


124 


89 


44 


2 533 


2 475 


14 


288 


403 


- 


247 


260 


23 


1 256 


1 307 


- 


292 


228 


- 


180 


118 


7 


233 


132 


- 


37 


27 


68.2 


78.9 


73.2 


15.9 


10.7 


6.4 


_ 


262 


175 


2 000 


1 738 


1 748 


2 000 


2 665 


2 723 


79 


3 808 


3 841 


54 


2 697 


2 831 


25 


1 111 


1 002 


- 


93 


68 


25 


554 


725 


- 


183 


72 


- 


281 


137 


- 


- 


8 


97 


2 840 




97 


2 241 


_ 


- 


1 300 


4 212 


- 


455 


1 445 


- 


197 


823 


30 


2 083 


2 138 


30 


1 737 


1 689 


30 


1 474 


1 435 


- 


263 


254 


- 


9 


8 


- 


9 


6 


- 


- 


2 


- 


167 


118 


- 


49 


24 


- 


121 


299 


1.00 


1.10 


1.09 


16.2 


16.7 


18.5 


_ 


227 


221 


- 


535 


552 


15 


431 


389 


- 


175 


110 


15 


594 


567 


30 


1 873 


2 008 


15 


129 


182 


- 


24 


45 


- 


91 


120 


- 


7 


11 


- 


957 


144 


- 


97 


386 


- 


322 


978 


- 


17 


5 


- 


10 


8 


- 


72 


46 


7 


63 


32 


8 


84 


51 


- 


210 


130 


- 


54 


21 


- 


13 


4 


- 


34 


12 


- 


4 


25 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


6 


- 


96 


32 


- 


- 


8 


- 


9 


12 



76 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 


Tract 204 


Tract 205 


Tract 206 


4 008 

3 956 
52 


3 305 

3 292 
13 


4 330 

4 307 
23 


5 124 

5 106 

18 



Tract 208.98 Tract 209.' 



Totals for split trocts/BNA's in Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 



Tract 109 






PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grode 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years .. 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years.. 
Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 35 to 44 years .. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA — 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 
On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city '. 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebogo County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



16 



3 710 


3 055 


4 017 


4 791 


19 


14 


- 


24 


124 


255 


163 


309 


60 


58 


19 


66 


9 


15 


38 


35 


9 


4 


6 


8 
3 


14 


3 


4 


14 


~ 


_ 


- 


1 000 


883 


1 113 


1 307 


107 


62 


65 


125 


95 


40 


41 


114 


706 


721 


872 


978 


512 


671 


741 


826 


187 


100 


176 


204 


150 


79 


151 


177 


2 579 


2 047 


2 750 


3 307 


245 


318 


473 


499 


205 


222 


237 


337 


1 197 


1 063 


1 091 


1 578 


396 


183 


412 


386 


178 


143 


178 


199 


248 


91 


267 


209 


110 


27 


92 


99 


82.6 


73.6 


74.2 


74.7 


13.9 


5.8 


13.1 


9.3 


109 


286 


258 


167 


1 710 


1 955 


1 617 


1 861 


2 269 


2 568 


2 485 


2 151 


3 710 


3 055 


4 017 


4 791 


2 426 


2 266 


2 674 


3 273 


1 284 


789 


1 338 


1 515 


281 


26 


68 


16 


757 


492 


937 


811 


105 


133 


190 


259 


141 


138 


143 


429 


- 


- 


5 


3 


630 




3 240 


3 718 


438 


- 


2 119 


2 916 


3 378 


3 305 


1 090 


1 406 


1 540 


1 235 


137 


330 


403 


538 


381 


228 


2 175 


1 605 


2 007 


2 554 


1 966 


1 291 


1 555 


2 043 


1 835 


1 016 


1 334 


1 653 


131 


275 


221 


390 


_ 


2 


2 


2 


- 


2 


2 


2 


63 


108 


262 


342 


14 


9 


6 


32 


132 


195 


182 


135 


1.04 


1.13 


1.08 


1.12 


17.5 


21.7 


13.1 


1 5.6 


187 


136 


135 


260 


563 


428 


398 


624 


593 


308 


628 


611 


187 


100 


177 


130 


513 


438 


487 


794 


2 078 


1 402 


1 850 


1 728 


517 


95 


61 


22 


129 


23 


22 


5 


357 


77 


48 


16 


41 


6 


2 


- 


14 


23 


41 


12 


33 


326 


1 162 


178 


342 


722 


465 


1 451 


25 


21 


9 


35 


62 


2 


- 


- 


167 


44 


12 


- 


196 


34 


12 


- 


195 


29 


16 


9 


97 


203 


157 


826 


2 


3 


10 


7 


15 


- 


- 


- 


14 


5 


- 


2 


_ 


33 


66 


426 


11 


65 


3 


40 


_ 


26 


11 


32 


2 


33 


48 


287 


53 


38 


19 


32 



3 852 

3 779 
73 



4 376 

4 311 
65 



2 212 

2 132 
80 



3 554 


4 020 


2 027 


30 


16 


17 


131 


153 


73 


34 


42 


40 


37 


31 


5 


- 


12 


5 


26 


18 


42 


26 


8 


30 


26 


- 


17 


919 


1 369 


607 


88 


150 


97 


58 


74 


86 


694 


964 


385 


629 


860 


310 


137 


255 


125 


119 


240 


108 


2 437 


2 632 


1 428 


112 


105 


43 


195 


171 


57 


919 


874 


427 


392 


439 


326 


186 


292 


151 


456 


578 


290 


177 


173 


134 


87.4 


89.5 


93.0 


26.0 


28.5 


29.7 


369 


105 


161 


1 000 


1 400 


1 826 


1 792 


2 081 


2 240 


3 554 


4 020 


2 027 


1 944 


2 248 


1 237 


1 579 


1 753 


773 


667 


834 


375 


338 


268 


125 


363 


488 


204 


211 


163 


69 


31 


19 


17 


3 852 


4 357 


2 212 


2 726 


3 892 


1 769 


- 


19 


_ 


~~ 


11 


- 


2 072 


2 231 


1 040 


1 962 


2 116 


973 


1 802 


1 870 


931 


160 


246 


42 


61 


23 


15 


61 


23 


10 


- 


- 


5 


27 


31 


15 


12 


9 


6 


10 


52 


31 


1.04 


1.06 


1.02 


18.5 


16.6 


14.6 


130 


100 


78 


438 


491 


157 


593 


841 


479 


239 


201 


95 


662 


546 


200 


2 006 


2 139 


988 


1 019 


1 132 


570 


66 


64 


10 


430 


340 


200 


10 


64 


11 


4 


- 


- 


23 


24 


_ 


19 


34 


31 


35 


30 


6 


79 


160 


50 


79 


93 


34 


242 


198 


76 


66 


92 


52 


35 


33 


_ 


13 


8 


_ 


- 


11 


5 


- 


2 


- 


_ 


_ 


7 


6 


- 


5 


12 


38 


35 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 77 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PUCE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimory school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years .- 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years -- 

Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 35 to 44 years _. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m... 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Boy, Wl MSA 

Sheboygon. Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Loc County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 110 Tract 111.01 Tract 111.02 



Tract 114 Tract 115.02 



Tract 121 



Tract 124 



Tract 125 



5 594 


4 139 


5 682 


4 966 


4 668 


5 481 


2 529 


6 931 


1 190 


4 494 


5 380 


4 110 


5 639 


4 820 


4 619 


5 453 


2 512 


6 872 


1 065 


4 370 


214 


29 


43 


146 


49 


28 


17 


59 


125 


124 


25 


5 


_ 


16 


11 


2 


_ 


_ 


15 


21 


5 204 


3 857 


5 128 


4 530 


4 394 


5 021 


2 350 


6 421 


1 150 


4 105 


44 


10 


- 


64 


16 


2 


- 


- 


77 


39 


288 


105 


198 


200 


165 


125 


15 


109 


157 


224 


151 


17 


77 


94 


52 


50 


7 


40 


73 


62 


55 


39 


41 


70 


24 


37 


- 


45 


27 


57 


38 


17 


21 


19 


11 


23 


- 


16 


_ 


5 


- 


5 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


5 


130 


- 


11 


64 


7 


2 


7 


- 


84 


75 


78 


- 


11 


64 


- 


- 


7 


- 


67 


52 


21 


- 


- 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


77 


34 


1 196 


1 042 


1 680 


1 338 


1 158 


1 426 


568 


1 888 


464 


1 092 


107 


135 


159 


158 


98 


153 


58 


197 


_ 


131 


66 


96 


102 


95 


62 


64 


44 


108 


_ 


66 


668 


668 


1 020 


931 


790 


1 057 


438 


1 372 


67 


710 


620 


533 


922 


725 


626 


792 


322 


1 048 


57 


659 


421 


239 


501 


249 


270 


216 


72 


319 


397 


251 


349 


214 


464 


202 


206 


192 


63 


268 


86 


220 


3 774 


2 676 


3 332 


3 181 


3 139 


3 455 


1 606 


4 254 


666 


2 872 


265 


134 


188 


248 


156 


404 


222 


370 


92 


254 


330 


268 


187 


140 


138 


272 


116 


378 


71 


244 


1 383 


910 


1 152 


1 095 


1 017 


1 702 


827 


1 895 


252 


1 182 


517 


484 


582 


491 


440 


436 


186 


440 


105 


490 


353 


223 


387 


245 


313 


278 


139 


345 


39 


226 


679 


487 


687 


726 


791 


290 


77 


639 


57 


379 


247 


170 


149 


236 


284 


73 


39 


187 


50 


97 


84.2 


85.0 


88.7 


87.8 


90.6 


80.4 


79.0 


82.4 


75.5 


82.7 


24.5 


24.6 


25.1 


30.2 


34.2 


10.5 


7.2 


19.4 


16.1 


16.6 


192 


86 


49 


71 


143 


113 


236 


172 


136 


270 


906 


1 051 


1 153 


1 358 


792 


1 639 


1 540 


1 712 


960 


1 155 


1 531 


2 133 


1 754 


2 267 


1 804 


2 324 


2 099 


2 228 


1 125 


1 742 


5 204 


3 857 


5 128 


4 530 


4 394 


5 021 


2 350 


6 421 


1 150 


4 105 


2 162 


1 928 


1 624 


2 726 


2 002 


3 420 


1 615 


4 041 


345 


2 362 


2 975 


1 929 


3 498 


1 739 


2 371 


1 601 


721 


2 366 


726 


1 709 


1 173 


796 


1 261 


865 


1 194 


135 


37 


940 


186 


784 


594 


330 


709 


235 


376 


1 204 


522 


730 


77 


291 


828 


553 


893 


393 


504 


164 


99 


446 


299 


271 


380 


250 


635 


246 


297 


98 


63 


250 


164 


363 


67 


- 


6 


65 


21 


- 


14 


14 


79 


34 


5 594 


4 127 


5 520 


4 966 


4 398 


5 203 


2 500 


1 447 


1 190 


4 494 


2 961 


2 757 


3 705 


4 011 


3 017 


4 216 


1 894 


984 


164 


3 358 


- 


12 


162 


- 


270 


278 


29 


5 484 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


240 


177 


13 


1 982 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


15 


- 


478 


- 


- 


3 181 


2 197 


3 104 


2 347 


2 624 


2 646 


1 199 


3 574 


472 


2 177 


2 856 


1 968 


2 957 


2 151 


2 462 


2 460 


1 118 


3 189 


265 


1 974 


2 592 


1 863 


2 762 


2 024 


2 312 


2 250 


1 051 


2 870 


221 


1 811 


264 


105 


195 


127 


150 


210 


67 


319 


44 


163 


19 


40 


6 


28 


21 


5 


1 


10 


13 


41 


13 


40 


6 


28 


21 


3 

2 

99 


1 


10 


13 


36 


156 


84 


37 


76 


74 


57 


115 


187 


116 


83 


21 


23 


23 


30 


31 


4 


16 


_ 


9 


67 


84 


81 


69 


37 


51 


19 


244 


7 


37 


1.05 


1.03 


1.04 


1.03 


1.03 


1.05 


1.03 


1.06 


1.10 


1.04 


14.3 


15.0 


14.2 


14.1 


14.8 


16.0 


15.3 


14.8 


11.5 


14.9 


130 


144 


135 


126 


127 


167 


70 


290 


25 


128 


636 


490 


684 


382 


520 


686 


340 


793 


94 


503 


1 050 


744 


1 112 


916 


1 077 


748 


348 


1 128 


100 


648 


431 


264 


448 


377 


385 


288 


167 


310 


35 


242 


867 


471 


644 


477 


478 


706 


255 


809 


211 


619 


3 064 


2 094 


2 965 


2 238 


2 510 


2 440 


1 126 


3 392 


433 


2 072 


1 401 


1 217 


1 262 


1 350 


1 449 


508 


251 


1 208 


315 


1 260 


91 


57 


23 


22 


38 


1 016 


413 


292 


6 


28 


797 


388 


910 


440 


517 


639 


355 


1 326 


75 


342 


5 


6 


6 


17 


25 


10 


_ 


3 


_ 


5 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


7 


- 


1 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


6 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


5 


7 


- 


16 


8 


6 


_ 




69 


19 


78 


19 


26 


20 


4 


56 


8 


30 


20 


44 


59 


47 


42 


10 


_ 


21 




19 


277 


117 


265 


77 


91 


61 


47 


161 


14 


159 


192 


80 


71 


55 


93 


78 


31 


59 


15 


88 


212 


166 


276 


204 


229 


69 


17 


259 




141 


117 


103 


139 


109 


114 


206 


73 


182 


39 


105 


23 


14 


25 


15 


19 


67 


12 


33 


6 


12 


17 


19 


17 


4 


- 


19 


31 


25 




11 


18 


29 


33 


17 


47 


53 


20 


40 


8 


24 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


10 


_ 


_ 






11 


6 


6 


- 


12 


2 


3 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


4 






11 


23 


16 


6 


- 


14 


_ 


13 




7 


37 


12 


42 


67 


36 


35 


7 


67 


25 


44 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie 
County 



Tract 101 



Tract 102 



78 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data bosed on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Troct 103 


Tract 104 


2 466 

2 343 
123 


1 839 

1 707 
132 



Tract 105 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 
(pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 107 



Tract K 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 
(pt.) 



Tract 111.01 
(pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years .. 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years ... 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA... 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukouna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) . 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Loc County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



4 458 

4 314 
144 



3 834 

3 761 
73 



4 357 

4 292 
65 



4 727 

4 543 
184 



34 



1 653 

1 617 
36 



2 180 

2 100 
80 



3 276 

3 104 
172 



3 612 

3 583 
29 



2 214 


1 654 


4 165 


3 536 


4 005 


4 333 


1 538 


1 995 


2 984 


3 380 


82 


97 


21 


30 


16 


80 


41 


17 


21 


10 


230 


166 


206 


131 


153 


333 


52 


73 


224 


91 


127 


110 


53 


34 


42 


139 


10 


40 


102 


17 


16 


32 


65 


37 


31 


33 


- 


5 


35 


33 


5 


13 


6 


- 


12 


12 


- 


5 


18 


17 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


6 


- 


_ 


_ 


5 


144 


103 


39 


26 


18 


154 


41 


42 


130 




122 


97 


32 


26 


8 


75 


10 


30 


78 


_ 


82 


97 


15 


26 


- 


52 


41 


17 


21 


- 


668 


450 


1 759 


919 


1 364 


1 150 


340 


607 


766 


957 


75 


41 


84 


88 


150 


58 


22 


97 


78 


129 


50 


28 


48 


58 


74 


38 


6 


86 


44 


90 


454 


283 


625 


694 


959 


849 


249 


385 


464 


605 


384 


247 


548 


629 


855 


766 


203 


310 


429 


493 


139 


126 


1 050 


137 


255 


243 


69 


125 


224 


223 


120 


96 


163 


119 


240 


206 


48 


108 


173 


204 


1 393 


1 170 


2 357 


2 424 


2 624 


3 015 


1 210 


1 396 


2 132 


2 312 


122 


144 


83 


112 


105 


267 


134 


43 


171 


134 


198 


179 


172 


188 


166 


308 


94 


46 


167 


220 


545 


410 


717 


913 


871 


1 068 


440 


421 


794 


803 


221 


136 


419 


392 


439 


452 


155 


311 


289 


433 


167 


62 


255 


186 


292 


283 


118 


151 


188 


190 


117 


161 


448 


456 


578 


512 


178 


290 


370 


376 


23 


78 


263 


177 


173 


125 


91 


134 


153 


156 


77.0 


72.4 


89.2 


87.6 


89.7 


80.9 


81.2 


93.6 


84.1 


84.7 


10.1 


20.4 


30.2 


26.1 


28.6 


21.1 


22.2 


30.4 


24.5 


23.0 


324 


186 


172 


369 


91 


269 




161 


251 


75 


1 849 


865 


1 170 


1 000 


1 400 


1 182 


911 


1 879 


1 195 


1 187 


2 480 


2 112 


1 703 


1 792 


2 081 


1 997 


1 601 


2 240 


1 649 


2 151 


2 214 


1 654 


4 165 


3 536 


4 005 


4 333 


1 538 


1 995 


2 984 


3 380 


1 006 


731 


1 834 


1 931 


2 240 


2 380 


815 


1 215 


1 372 


1 699 


1 149 


837 


2 319 


1 574 


1 746 


1 953 


723 


763 


1 545 


1 681 


620 


474 


946 


667 


827 


928 


387 


365 


779 


698 


174 


173 


258 


333 


268 


418 


172 


125 


254 


290 


193 


97 


831 


363 


488 


292 


151 


204 


350 


443 


162 


93 


284 


211 


163 


315 


13 


69 


162 


250 


59 


86 


12 


31 


19 


- 


- 


17 


67 




2 466 


1 839 


4 458 


3 834 


4 357 


4 727 


1 653 


2 180 


3 276 


3 612 


1 225 


1 140 


2 639 


2 726 


3 892 


3 569 


1 331 


1 769 


2 293 


2 342 



1 170 


903 


2 284 


2 054 


2 223 


2 332 


763 


1 035 


1 738 


1 864 


972 


668 


1 727 


1 944 


2 108 


2 159 


700 


968 


1 489 


1 654 


811 


585 


1 585 


1 802 


1 862 


1 921 


643 


926 


1 319 


1 556 


161 


83 


142 


142 


246 


238 


57 


42 


170 


98 


57 


75 


49 


61 


23 


28 


5 


15 


19 


40 


49 


69 


49 


61 


23 


28 


5 


10 


13 


40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


_ 


_ 


106 


137 


404 


27 


31 


92 


32 


15 


140 


84 


5 


4 


42 


12 


9 


32 


15 


6 


39 


16 


30 


19 


62 


10 


52 


21 


11 


31 


51 


70 


1.10 


1.07 


1.05 


1.04 


1.06 


1.06 


1.05 


1.02 


1.06 


1.03 


16.1 


14.4 


13.1 


18.5 


16.6 


17.1 


14.7 


14.6 


15.2 


15.0 


79 


33 


103 


130 


100 


116 


19 


78 


64 


128 


258 


124 


393 


420 


491 


685 


159 


157 


328 


406 


361 


349 


641 


593 


841 


626 


258 


479 


562 


641 


121 


83 


379 


239 


198 


290 


185 


95 


235 


227 


321 


295 


706 


662 


541 


594 


131 


195 


498 


392 


1 137 


876 


2 229 


1 988 


2 131 


2 270 


704 


983 


1 688 


1 778 


640 


515 


1 510 


1 007 


1 128 


1 185 


373 


565 


848 


1 058 


17 


12 


42 


66 


64 


30 


21 


10 


64 


57 


234 


190 


346 


424 


340 


321 


111 


200 


372 


305 


_ 


23 


15 


10 


64 


88 


14 


11 


5 


6 


- 


- 


10 


4 


- 


- 


12 


- 






5 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


23 


24 


33 


7 


_ 


_ 




20 


6 


24 


19 


33 


21 


5 


31 


44 


12 


- 


5 


21 


35 


30 


30 


25 


6 


13 


44 


91 


78 


105 


79 


160 


223 


51 


50 


101 


99 


34 


27 


37 


79 


93 


109 


32 


34 


150 


74 


96 


20 


119 


242 


195 


230 


53 


76 


91 


123 


33 


27 


55 


66 


92 


62 


59 


52 


50 


86 


9 


- 


18 


35 


33 


19 


19 


_ 


6 


14 


6 


- 


4 


13 


8 


5 


19 


_ 




19 


5 


5 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


5 


10 


12 


- 


— 


8 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


8 


- 


- 


11 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


7 






8 


7 


- 


6 


- 


10 


_ 


5 


_ 


23 


5 


15 


25 


12 


38 


14 


21 


35 


23 


12 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 79 



Table 17 Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 

(pt.) Tract 1 1 2 



Tract 1 1 3 



Tract 114 

(pt.) Tract 115.01 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie County 



Tract 121 

(pt.) Tract 122 



Tract 123 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 14 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school . 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 14 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 100.0 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 50.0 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 14 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Columet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenoh city 

Menosho city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaco County 

Worked elsewhere 

80 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



3 063 

3 025 
38 



2 849 

150 
69 

100 
54 



729 

63 
42 
497 
438 
169 
153 



2 066 

193 
224 
728 
275 

131 
366 
149 

79.8 
24.9 



108 
1 169 
1 941 



2 849 

1 844 
997 
458 
144 
209 
186 



3 063 
2 811 



3 457 

3 345 
1)2 



25 

3 158 

37 
137 
72 
20 
4 

40 
20 
14 



882 

92 

39 
563 
487 
227 
212 



2 286 

153 
189 
850 
458 
191 
281 
164 

85.0 
19.5 



144 

1 131 

2 050 



158 

992 
166 
519 
185 
257 
205 



3 457 
2 934 



3 827 

3 720 
107 



16 

3 494 

64 
157 
80 
41 
5 

64 
64 
64 



991 

112 
60 
688 
520 
191 
150 



2 477 

214 

100 
873 
403 
181 
530 
176 

87.3 
28.5 



30 

1 372 

2 263 



3 494 

1 971 
1 472 
811 
190 
304 
167 
51 



3 827 
3 022 



3 694 

3 559 
135 



13 

3 422 

49 
177 
60 
36 
24 
21 
49 
36 
28 



902 

46 
4 
645 
520 
211 
199 



2 522 

273 
259 
966 
453 
202 
231 
138 

78.9 
14.6 



23 

1 348 

2 077 



3 422 

2 599 
823 
389 
153 
205 
76 



3 694 
3 391 



4 004 

3 955 
49 



11 

759 

16 
165 
52 
24 

11 
5 

7 



1 002 

92 
56 
699 
553 
211 
155 



2 648 

101 
102 
769 
380 
295 
738 
263 

92.3 

37.8 



167 
795 

1 833 



32 



5 203 2 545 1 829 

5 176 2 456 1 823 
27 89 6 



18 



100.0 



2 000 



759 

533 
210 
119 
308 
494 
289 
16 



4 004 
2 766 



14 


1 441 


1 737 


1 799 


1 780 


2 190 


14 


2 503 


1 091 


850 


14 


1 321 


1 591 


1 634 


1 633 


2 055 


14 


2 341 


916 


733 


14 


1 162 


1 394 


1 532 


1 481 


1 926 


14 


2 133 


809 


625 


- 


159 


197 


102 


152 


129 


_ 


208 


107 


108 


- 


41 


17 


28 


41 


21 


_ 


5 


27 


11 


- 


41 


17 


28 


41 


21 


- 


3 

2 

92 


27 


11 


- 


31 


87 


64 


67 


52 


_ 


99 


76 


- 


22 


11 


23 


12 


30 


_ 


31 


14 




- 


26 


31 


50 


27 


32 


- 


34 


35 


30 


1.00 


1.07 


1.07 


1.03 


1.05 


1.03 


1.00 


1.05 


1.07 


1.08 


20.0 


15.8 


13.9 


14.9 


14.9 


14.8 


8.0 


16.0 


17.8 


16.8 


- 


117 


117 


83 


89 


84 


_ 


155 


141 


79 


- 


237 


394 


290 


430 


451 


7 


667 


228 


207 


7 


494 


558 


720 


622 


953 


_ 


712 


280 


236 


7 


241 


269 


283 


231 


306 


_ 


272 


79 


88 


- 


326 


368 


373 


381 


364 


7 


663 


328 


210 


14 


1 401 


1 643 


1 713 


1 732 


2 097 


14 


2 303 


999 


779 


7 


781 


1 005 


1 048 


1 002 


1 286 


7 


488 


208 


173 


- 


35 


19 


16 


54 


31 


_ 


979 


401 


275 


7 


255 


286 


296 


346 


362 


7 


578 


273 


247 


- 


9 


5 


9 


17 


19 


_ 


10 


7 




- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


10 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


6 


6 


6 


- 


— 


— 


7 


5 


_ 


_ 


16 






- 


61 


38 


19 


33 


14 


_ 


15 


28 


10 


- 


- 


14 


36 


20 


26 


_ 


8 


5 




- 


93 


103 


66 


45 


81 


_ 


57 


12 


21 


- 


27 


56 


55 


74 


67 


_ 


78 


20 


13 


- 


140 


111 


161 


132 


211 


_ 


61 


29 


34 


- 


40 


94 


86 


48 


93 


_ 


200 


92 


71 


- 


- 


20 


15 


13 


19 


- 


67 


22 


10 


- 


- 


6 


4 


12 


- 


- 


19 


11 


17 


- 


5 


12 


17 


13 


42 


- 


49 


20 


24 


- 


10 


— 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


10 






: 


4 


6 


- 


- 


12 


- 


2 


6 


8 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




6 






- 


9 


24 


6 


- 


_ 


_ 


12 




7 


- 


12 


26 


44 


10 


20 


- 


35 


33 


5 



4 775 

2 

119 
50 
35 
23 



1 366 

138 
51 
1 016 
754 
212 
188 



3 290 

385 
251 
1 611 
428 
267 
277 
71 

80.7 

10.6 



113 

1 629 

2 309 



4 775 

3 243 
1 532 

131 
1 157 

158 
86 



5 203 
4 216 



43 

2 265 

157 

177 

163 

12 

12 

6 

144 

130 

144 



630 

83 
32 

440 

418 

107 

94 



1 486 

198 
237 
679 
120 

97 
112 

43 

70.7 
10.4 



473 
1 491 
1 959 



2 265 

1 149 

1 088 

100 

798 

77 

113 

28 



2 545 
1 476 



1 648 

42 
10 
27 
10 



427 

62 
30 

325 
276 
40 
40 



120 

76 
137 
518 
110 

93 
125 

61 

81.0 
16.6 



419 

1 839 

2 538 



1 648 

1 036 

612 

37 

473 

91 

11 



1 829 
1 416 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

(Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie 
County— Con. 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Remainder of Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 106.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 Troct 111.01 Tract 111.02 
(pt.) (pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 114 Tract 115.02 
(pt.) (pt.) 



2 299 

2 284 

15 



PUCE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over . 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years -- 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years.. 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years .. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA — — 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 
On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure rime for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) . 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green 8ay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



106 

106 



18 
18 



19 
19 



32 

32 



2 318 

2 276 
42 



527 

527 



5 668 

5 625 
43 



11 
14 



16 
42 



1 139 

1 100 
39 



664 

664 



2 137 


102 


18 


15 


32 


2 220 

23 

64 


477 


5 114 


1 036 


635 


15 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


198 


43 


_ 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 


- 


77 


14 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


6 


41 


29 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


21 


14 


- 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


_ 


_ 


7 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


527 


37 




5 




430 


85 


1 680 


347 


156 


56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


6 


159 


46 


6 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


6 


102 


35 


6 


403 


27 


- 


5 


- 


204 


63 


1 020 


243 


91 


304 


19 


- 


5 


- 


191 


40 


922 


205 


73 


68 


10 


- 


- 


- 


197 


16 


501 


58 


59 


59 


6 


- 


- 


- 


176 


10 


464 


52 


51 


1 476 


66 


13 


8 


32 


1 642 


364 


3 318 


704 


491 


211 


3 


- 


- 


- 


94 


- 


188 


34 


55 


112 


12 


7 


5 


11 


163 


48 


187 


40 


36 


760 


35 


6 


3 


6 


589 


107 


1 152 


222 


248 


172 


13 


- 


- 


15 


228 


51 


575 


88 


60 


113 


3 


- 


- 


- 


165 


33 


387 


64 


18 


77 


- 


- 


- 


- 


309 


111 


680 


196 


53 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94 


14 


149 


60 


21 


78.1 


77.3 


46.2 


37.5 


65.6 


84.3 


86.8 


88.7 


89.5 


81.5 


7.3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24.5 


34.3 


25.0 


36.4 


15.1 


232 


_ 


_ 


2 000 


_ 


127 


146 


49 


153 




1 565 


2 000 


- 


- 


- 


564 


500 


1 165 


1 283 


767 


2 184 


2 250 


- 


2 000 


- 


1 193 


2 045 


1 754 


2 279 


1 561 


2 137 


102 


18 


15 


32 


2 220 


477 


5 114 


1 036 


635 


1 474 


54 


13 


8 


22 


790 


229 


1 624 


755 


469 


649 


48 


5 


7 


10 


1 430 


248 


3 484 


267 


161 


32 


- 


- 


7 


10 


394 


98 


1 261 


54 


75 


462 


46 


5 


- 


- 


340 


40 


709 


45 


68 


92 


- 


- 


- 


- 


478 


110 


893 


89 


10 


63 


2 


- 


- 


- 


218 


- 


621 


79 


8 


14 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


6 


14 


5 


2 299 


106 


18 


_ 


32 


2 318 


515 


5 506 


1 139 


394 


1 731 


79 


- 


- 


- 


668 


415 


3 705 


989 


251 


- 


- 


- 


19 


- 


- 


12 


162 


_ 


270 


~~ 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


240 


1 058 


48 


18 


8 


5 


1 443 


333 


3 090 


548 


434 


979 


44 


18 


8 


5 


1 367 


314 


2 943 


517 


407 


915 


39 


- 


8 


5 


1 273 


307 


2 748 


492 


386 


64 


5 


18 


- 


- 


94 


7 


195 


25 


21 


1 
1 


— 


: 


: 


: 


: 


~ 


6 
6 


— 


- 


57 


4 


- 


- 


_ 


16 


- 


37 


12 


22 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


44 


5 


23 


- 


_ 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


14 


81 


19 


5 


1.03 


1.06 


2.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.04 


1.01 


1.04 


1.02 


1.03 


15.6 


16.1 


15.7 


21.3 


15.0 


13.3 


15.3 


14.2 


11.5 


15.2 


63 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


66 


16 


135 


43 


43 


299 


17 


18 


- 


- 


308 


84 


684 


92 


69 


295 


11 


- 


- 


- 


488 


103 


1 105 


196 


124 


158 


- 


- 


3 


- 


196 


37 


441 


94 


79 


226 


14 


- 


5 


5 


369 


79 


644 


104 


114 


1 003 


46 


18 


8 


5 


1 376 


316 


2 951 


525 


413 


218 


10 


12 


4 


5 


553 


159 


1 255 


302 


163 


389 


28 


- 


- 


- 


27 


- 


23 


6 


7 


294 


1 


6 


- 


- 


425 


83 


903 


144 


155 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


8 


6 


- 


- 


~ 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


8 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 


_ 




4 


3 


- 


1 


- 


25 


7 


78 


_ 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


59 


11 


16 


44 


4 


- 


- 


- 


176 


18 


265 


11 


10 


31 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42 


6 


71 


_ 


26 


15 


- 


- 


3 


- 


121 


43 


276 


43 


18 


55 


2 


- 


- 


- 


67 


17 


139 


23 


21 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


25 


_ 




29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


17 


_ 


_ 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


17 


33 


- 


5 



23 16 

APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 81 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PUCE OF BIRTH 

All persons 3 650 

Native 3 575 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 

SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school . 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Boy, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Loc city 

Remainder of Fond du Loc County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 

82 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 116 



Tract 1 1 7 



Tract 118 



Tract 119 



Tract 120 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 124 

(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Tract 126 



2 896 

2 827 
69 



2 287 

2 287 



6 825 

6 778 
47 



24 



2 663 

2 620 
43 



278 

277 
1 



230 

228 
2 



6 793 

6 734 
59 



5 664 

5 622 
42 



Tract 127 



4 911 

4 883 
28 



3 335 


2 651 


2 121 


6 096 


2 443 


246 


213 


6 287 


5 205 


4 507 


22 


7 


- 


24 


13 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


11 


126 


128 


22 


159 


82 


6 


- 


109 


139 


99 


59 


51 


- 


45 


39 


- 


- 


40 


20 


43 


26 


73 


12 


22 


24 


2 


- 


45 


36 


37 


3 


23 


- 


12 


8 


- 


- 


16 


10 


23 
2 
6 
2 


43 
27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 009 


654 


568 


1 893 


716 


60 


41 


1 833 


1 388 


1 232 


83 


105 


39 


169 


61 


15 


2 


197 


111 


84 


63 


55 


23 


79 


46 


13 


2 


108 


46 


38 


761 


436 


394 


1 463 


542 


41 


35 


1 327 


1 035 


962 


639 


309 


348 


947 


512 


38 


18 


1 011 


821 


758 


165 


113 


135 


261 


113 


4 


4 


309 


242 


186 


158 


100 


130 


247 


109 


4 


4 


262 


223 


164 


2 241 


1 880 


1 416 


3 949 


1 631 


165 


130 


4 174 


3 451 


2 967 


164 


210 


148 


426 


118 


19 


11 


367 


258 


354 


164 


252 


190 


411 


173 


21 


4 


366 


341 


321 


1 136 


957 


718 


1 908 


923 


91 


67 


1 846 


1 783 


1 404 


365 


233 


167 


476 


214 


8 


14 


427 


492 


440 


205 


120 


97 


293 


83 


11 


26 


342 


298 


164 


146 


81 


88 


365 


86 


13 


- 


639 


233 


186 


61 


27 


8 


70 


34 


2 


8 


187 


46 


98 


85.4 


75.4 


76.1 


78.8 


82.2 


75.8 


88.5 


82.4 


82.6 


77.2 


9.2 


5.7 


6.8 


11.0 


7.4 


9.1 


6.2 


19.8 


8.1 


9.6 


144 


454 


196 


355 


112 


125 


261 


177 


123 


309 


1 609 


1 271 


1 112 


1 426 


1 756 


1 781 


1 235 


1 709 


1 399 


1 597 


2 530 


2 719 


2 018 


2 494 


2 107 


3 000 


1 697 


2 231 


2 262 


2 461 


3 335 


2 651 


2 121 


6 096 


2 443 


246 


213 


6 287 


5 205 


4 507 


2 135 


1 799 


1 416 


3 836 


1 714 


177 


141 


3 955 


3 414 


2 859 


1 181 


847 


695 


2 258 


719 


69 


72 


2 318 


1 778 


1 618 


241 


112 


174 


288 


126 


4 


5 


940 


585 


210 


745 


593 


397 


1 569 


452 


47 


60 


684 


813 


702 


167 


81 


65 


271 


106 


6 


7 


446 


172 


158 


28 


61 


59 


130 


35 


12 


- 


248 


208 


548 


19 


5 


10 


2 


10 


- 


- 


14 


13 


30 


3 512 


2 896 


2 287 


6 734 


2 463 




201 


1 309 


596 


1 297 


2 944 


2 390 


1 892 


5 390 


2 140 


- 


163 


873 


563 


774 


138 


- 


- 


91 


200 


278 


29 


5 484 


5 068 


3 614 


49 


- 


- 


47 


91 


177 


13 


1 982 


1 674 


1 661 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


15 


- 


478 


436 


239 


1 824 


1 325 


1 193 


3 334 


1 383 


143 


141 


3 512 


3 125 


2 405 


1 677 


1 123 


1 026 


3 100 


1 290 


119 


139 


3 131 


2 782 


2 023 


1 567 


1 030 


929 


2 804 


1 154 


117 


136 


2 817 


2 565 


1 794 


110 


93 


97 


296 


136 


2 


3 


314 


217 


229 


26 


- 


9 


47 


8 


- 


_ 


10 


2 


6 


26 


- 


9 


47 


6 


- 


- 


10 


2 


6 


75 


164 


132 


117 


49 


7 


_ 


111 


70 


230 


5 


- 


4 


29 


21 


- 


_ 


16 


18 


21 


41 


38 


22 


41 


15 


17 


2 


244 


253 


125 


1.04 


1.04 


1.06 


1.06 


1.06 


1.01 


1.01 


1.06 


1.04 


1.07 


15.7 


14.9 


15.0 


15.0 


16.0 


15.6 


12.7 


14.8 


20.6 


17.2 


142 


81 


89 


252 


138 


12 


7 


284 


247 


229 


410 


346 


328 


774 


355 


19 


41 


769 


793 


589 


535 


238 


254 


862 


376 


36 


53 


1 117 


830 


549 


183 


152 


147 


444 


141 


16 


9 


310 


235 


210 


513 


470 


353 


961 


358 


43 


29 


788 


767 


703 


1 760 


1 269 


1 152 


3 177 


1 336 


137 


123 


3 332 


2 961 


2 002 


575 


408 


295 


953 


413 


20 


33 


1 191 


913 


352 


133 


67 


109 


447 


110 


37 


24 


264 


36 


25 


728 


576 


581 


1 354 


559 


61 


61 


1 318 


1 232 


1 287 


26 


11 


7 


- 


21 


- 


_ 


3 


2 


4 


9 


5 


- 


8 


7 


- 


- 


1 


- 


4 


— 


— 


— 


- 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




12 


5 


16 


66 


14 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


3 


31 


27 


12 


61 


16 


5 


_ 


53 


94 


37 


13 


16 


7 


10 


15 


2 


_ 


21 


16 


30 


65 


45 


31 


106 


63 


4 


3 


157 


231 


87 


78 


43 


26 


15 


30 


- 


_ 


59 


125 


43 


90 


66 


68 


157 


83 


8 


2 


259 


312 


130 


64 


56 


41 


157 


47 


6 


18 


180 


164 


403 


11 


17 


19 


68 


16 


- 


8 


33 


17 


2 


4 


7 


4 


7 


10 


_ 


2 


25 


_ 


4 


19 


15 


4 


36 


7 
3 


4 


8 


40 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 


_ 


12 


_ 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9 




3 


6 


9 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


2 






10 


- 


- 


22 


- 


2 


_ 


13 


69 


382 


14 


11 


5 


22 


9 


- 


- 


67 


57 


13 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 128 



Tract 129 



Tract 130 



Tract 131 



Tract 132 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County 



Tract 3 



Tract 4 



Tract 9 



Tract 10 



Tract 13 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speok English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pocific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years.- 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years .. 
Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 35 to 44 years .. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 
On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove olone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 am 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 o.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



6 290 


6 830 


3 8SB 


4 783 


4 008 


4 447 


2 857 


2 552 


2 444 


2 917 


6 260 


6 797 


3 852 


4 772 


3 967 


4 261 


2 830 


2 505 


2 413 


2 893 


30 


33 


6 


11 


41 


186 


27 


47 


31 


24 



5 762 


6 278 


3 489 


4 400 


3 731 


4 205 


2 662 


2 327 


2 303 


2 717 


14 


- 


10 


7 


13 


30 


- 


- 


7 


21 


144 


60 


174 


110 


141 


246 


96 


54 


75 


59 


40 


33 


40 


43 


57 


84 


- 


15 


36 


21 


59 


30 


22 


14 


82 


47 


38 


10 


28 


4 


16 


14 


7 


13 


43 


7 


- 


10 


7 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


7 


_ 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


50 


5 


23 


- 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


- 


~ 


44 
24 


~ 


5 


_ 


- 


1 685 


1 895 


1 341 


1 268 


1 082 


1 109 


638 


663 


360 


592 


91 


136 


179 


115 


65 


104 


60 


60 


75 


74 


69 


93 


150 


102 


59 


48 


52 


8 


31 


50 


1 362 


1 513 


931 


980 


893 


729 


391 


477 


166 


388 


1 250 


951 


798 


908 


813 


618 


334 


443 


159 


359 


232 


246 


231 


173 


124 


276 


187 


126 


119 


130 


215 


228 


198 


165 


121 


256 


182 


108 


86 


115 


3 724 


3 981 


2 106 


2 912 


2 354 


3 078 


1 899 


1 573 


1 870 


1 935 


373 


372 


280 


536 


399 


127 


134 


73 


220 


163 


448 


373 


286 


244 


368 


204 


320 


203 


332 


259 


2 026 


2 160 


983 


1 278 


1 196 


792 


788 


531 


731 


889 


380 


383 


280 


365 


181 


533 


309 


273 


228 


232 


243 


350 


157 


180 


111 


240 


83 


125 


81 


132 


189 


274 


80 


230 


65 


713 


208 


256 


187 


169 


65 


69 


40 


79 


34 


469 


57 


112 


91 


91 


78.0 


81.3 


73.1 


73.2 


67.4 


89.2 


76.1 


82.5 


70.5 


78.2 


6.8 


8.6 


5.7 


10.6 


4.2 


38.4 


14.0 


23.4 


14.9 


13.4 


251 


260 


170 


273 


270 


89 


342 


296 


622 


175 


1 726 


1 771 


2 294 


1 623 


1 892 


1 248 


1 031 


1 037 


898 


1 307 


2 376 


2 421 


2 711 


2 707 


2 867 


1 674 


1 782 


1 949 


1 658 


1 475 


5 762 


6 278 


3 489 


4 400 


3 731 


4 205 


2 662 


2 327 


2 303 


2 717 


4 033 


4 713 


2 385 


2 931 


2 807 


2 363 


1 552 


1 236 


1 191 


1 811 


1 724 


1 560 


1 104 


1 464 


917 


1 816 


1 104 


1 072 


1 105 


875 


253 


415 


14 


83 


96 


1 074 


719 


824 


609 


492 


1 165 


807 


452 


996 


533 


110 


131 


89 


186 


127 


137 


191 


468 


212 


91 


474 


166 


129 


196 


154 


169 


147 


170 


173 


197 


158 


88 


30 


114 


102 


5 


5 


- 


5 


7 


26 


6 


19 


7 


31 






_ 


2 782 


_ 


4 447 


2 857 


2 526 


2 444 


2 917 


_ 


- 


- 


2 029 


- 


3 361 


2 266 


1 810 


1 513 


2 294 


6 290 


6 830 


3 858 


2 001 


4 008 


- 


- 


26 


_ 


_ 


2 134 


2 094 


801 


335 


980 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


787 


754 


356 


592 


750 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 034 


3 449 


1 680 


2 309 


1 859 


2 155 


1 463 


1 336 


1 156 


1 453 


2 633 


3 144 


1 418 


1 850 


1 400 


1 994 


1 341 


1 245 


1 086 


1 316 


2 340 


2 845 


1 295 


1 656 


1 181 


1 851 


1 154 


1 101 


986 


1 120 


293 


299 


123 


194 


219 


143 


187 


144 


100 


196 


9 


19 


14 


2 


11 


80 


32 


25 


14 


11 


9 


19 


14 


2 


11 


73 


32 


25 


14 


11 


133 


89 


59 


171 


113 


20 


58 


26 


31 


56 


17 


15 


13 


39 


23 


17 


14 


15 


13 


36 


242 


182 


176 


247 


312 


44 


18 


25 


12 


34 


1.06 


1.06 


1.05 


1.06 


1.10 


1.04 


1.08 


1.07 


1.05 


1.08 


22.1 


19.5 


18.4 


16.4 


24.6 


14.7 


15.4 


13.5 


13.0 


14.0 


361 


358 


115 


210 


213 


118 


130 


66 


91 


162 


782 


995 


424 


543 


411 


412 


325 


319 


337 


285 


724 


758 


433 


584 


289 


850 


357 


414 


280 


491 


204 


275 


114 


164 


101 


211 


148 


141 


120 


136 


721 


881 


418 


561 


533 


520 


485 


371 


316 


345 


2 793 


3 182 


809 


1 829 


1 426 


2 039 


1 402 


1 266 


1 106 


1 373 


720 


1 251 


78 


201 


181 


36 


17 


14 


46 


38 


48 


230 


31 


51 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


1 591 


1 173 


646 


1 511 


1 087 


45 


43 


14 


8 


27 


2 

4 


12 


- 


1 


2 


_ 


10 


_ 


: 


- 


_ 


10 


~ 


: 


: 


: 


— 


~~ 


- 


- 


40 


17 


14 


n 


18 


1 598 


1 132 


1 013 


913 


1 155 


21 


12 


- 


- 


4 


8 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


108 


191 


9 


6 


32 


95 


53 


93 


8 


33 


73 


104 


12 


14 


28 


44 


- 


8 


_ 


7 


186 


182 


19 


34 


57 


213 


147 


124 


131 


106 


241 


267 


871 


480 


433 


116 


61 


70 


50 


80 


36 


122 


439 


245 


54 


10 


11 


- 


_ 




12 


52 


73 


27 


4 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


41 


53 


321 


158 


26 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


5 


_ 


4 


- 


4 


2 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




2 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


48 


24 


23 


7 


27 


- 


- 


- 




3 
282 


28 


8 


23 


12 


31 


94 


15 


3 


9 


_ 


_ 


12 






56 


21 


35 


36 


62 


30 


18 


12 


31 


17 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 83 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PUCE OF BIRTH 

All persons — 4 001 

Native — — - 3 922 

Foreign born ' 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 

SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a languoge other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school - 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less thon 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcor or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per cor, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure rime for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 o.m 

8:00 o.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Koukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Columet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasho city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Boy city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 

84 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 14 



Tract 15 



Tract 16 



Tract 17 



Tract 18 



Tract 19 



Tract 25 



Tract 26.01 



Tract 26.02 



3 308 

3 250 
58 



2 828 

2 803 
25 



2 612 

2 569 
43 



7 382 

7 232 
150 



3 749 

3 709 
40 



3 676 

3 566 
110 



3 475 

3 445 
30 



4 263 

4 192 
71 



Tract 28.98 



4 397 

4 328 
69 



20 



3 740 


3 076 


2 673 


2 486 


6 773 


3 539 


3 405 


3 254 


3 940 


4 069 


7 


19 


- 


- 


- 


23 


22 


- 


_ 


38 


91 


129 


97 


133 


286 


126 


99 


95 


149 


159 


20 


35 


51 


33 


66 


47 


32 


16 


32 


97 


4 


46 


44 


44 


- 


29 


13 


35 


36 


60 


2 


5 


38 


5 


- 


8 


- 


12 


6 


28 

6 

62 


23 


19 


14 


_ 


57 


7 


22 


_ 


6 


5 


19 


7 


- 


- 


7 


22 


- 


_ 


50 


- 


19 


- 


- 


- 


7 


22 


- 


- 


18 


836 


741 


488 


716 


1 958 


933 


659 


787 


1 242 


1 078 


98 


108 


48 


39 


127 


66 


68 


58 


106 


94 


75 


68 


16 


25 


60 


37 


47 


22 


55 


62 


530 


504 


292 


454 


1 379 


721 


339 


603 


849 


720 


476 


425 


245 


413 


1 221 


622 


243 


491 


738 


646 


208 


129 


148 


223 


452 


146 


252 


126 


287 


264 


167 


117 


139 


210 


422 


135 


202 


107 


271 


239 


2 802 


2 181 


2 091 


1 786 


4 742 


2 491 


2 534 


2 358 


2 587 


2 861 


241 


226 


347 


206 


220 


176 


148 


193 


135 


228 


374 


314 


419 


245 


290 


304 


215 


221 


199 


379 


1 182 


849 


555 


713 


1 580 


1 086 


995 


1 064 


1 194 


1 430 


447 


335 


365 


294 


1 034 


342 


462 


350 


404 


449 


140 


150 


119 


116 


295 


166 


177 


169 


244 


157 


307 


212 


204 


160 


828 


303 


353 


277 


330 


135 


111 


95 


82 


52 


495 


114 


184 


84 


81 


83 


78.1 


75.2 


63.4 


74.7 


89.2 


80.7 


85.7 


82.4 


87.1 


78.8 


14.9 


14.1 


13.7 


11.9 


27.9 


16.7 


21.2 


15.3 


15.9 


7.6 


191 


176 


359 


87 


240 


98 


223 


265 


174 


243 


1 333 


1 372 


1 353 


2 099 


1 438 


1 367 


816 


1 230 


1 327 


1 271 


2 054 


2 210 


1 481 


1 621 


1 925 


1 935 


2 214 


1 820 


2 059 


2 045 


3 740 


3 076 


2 673 


2 486 


6 773 


3 539 


3 405 


3 254 


3 940 


4 069 


2 028 


1 873 


1 321 


1 373 


3 742 


2 506 


1 436 


2 292 


2 284 


2 399 


1 672 


1 203 


1 352 


1 113 


3 022 


1 029 


1 969 


958 


1 638 


1 642 


1 045 


765 


490 


470 


1 736 


413 


731 


144 


395 


376 


254 


63 


183 


100 


379 


244 


529 


612 


668 


932 


236 


205 


447 


377 


588 


236 


361 


103 


415 


232 


137 


170 


232 


166 


319 


136 


348 


99 


160 


102 


40 


- 


- 


- 


9 


4 


- 


4 


18 


28 


3 972 


3 302 


2 439 


851 


4 955 


511 


3 676 


3 475 


4 263 


4 397 


2 990 


2 191 


1 021 


251 


3 826 


333 


1 522 


2 982 


3 117 


3 321 


29 


6 


389 


1 761 


2 427 


3 238 


- 


- 


_ 




21 


- 


112 


1 239 


1 913 


1 068 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


38 


- 


71 


318 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 024 


1 584 


1 048 


1 123 


3 937 


1 980 


1 957 


1 941 


2 371 


2 082 


1 861 


1 441 


991 


1 045 


3 832 


1 786 


1 800 


1 801 


2 235 


1 959 


1 595 


1 259 


898 


936 


3 478 


1 654 


1 620 


1 701 


2 032 


1 784 


266 


182 


93 


109 


354 


132 


180 


100 


203 


175 


23 


21 


12 


6 


23 


2 


68 


21 


32 


8 


23 


16 


12 


6 


23 


2 


68 


14 


29 


8 


43 


72 


6 


20 


15 


46 


45 


55 


15 


60 


35 


7 


16 


23 


18 


10 


8 


20 


42 


27 


62 


43 


23 


29 


49 


136 


36 


44 


47 


28 


1.08 


1.07 


1.05 


1.06 


1.05 


1.04 


1.06 


1.03 


1.05 


1.05 


14.5 


17.2 


17.0 


16.7 


16.1 


16.7 


15.8 


17.0 


16.1 


14.7 


133 


125 


63 


46 


254 


147 


97 


146 


158 


150 


505 


426 


274 


334 


921 


496 


273 


503 


642 


533 


506 


485 


338 


240 


1 307 


562 


718 


557 


680 


551 


230 


135 


111 


116 


564 


218 


171 


167 


207 


214 


588 


370 


239 


358 


842 


421 


662 


524 


637 


606 


1 862 


1 433 


997 


1 061 


3 655 


1 786 


1 899 


1 863 


2 298 


2 049 


13 


4 


23 


30 


65 


25 


623 


342 


559 


338 


- 


- 


6 


- 


16 


2 


46 


17 


21 


_ 


22 


24 


4 


- 


24 


21 


296 


196 


280 


184 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


27 


14 


49 


33 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


5 


5 


5 


_ 


1 636 


1 251 


670 


706 


2 866 


1 300 


14 


82 


73 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


113 


54 


57 


59 


42 


27 


77 


57 


105 


31 


269 


341 


471 


441 


- 


20 


38 


13 


34 


3 


176 


370 


334 


447 


149 


107 


179 


245 


545 


400 


323 


442 


436 


473 


162 


151 


51 


62 


282 


194 


58 


78 


73 


33 


- 


20 


- 


19 


- 


4 


- 


16 


21 


19 


6 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


11 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


15 


25 


7 


9 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3 


_ 


_ 


5 




46 


43 


6 


10 


8 


80 


_ 


13 






22 


32 


- 


11 


119 


54 


- 




- 


- 


6 


6 


_ 


5 


_ 




19 




' 


- 


82 


50 


45 


17 


147 


53 


24 


24 


29 


5 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 



Tract 31. 



Tract 32 



Tract 34 



Tract 36 



Tract 37.01 



Tract 37.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Winnebago 
County 



Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.02 (pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 1 756 

Native --- 1 750 

Foreign born 6 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school .. 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA. 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m. 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m. 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m. 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) .. 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



2 533 

2 442 

91 



2 422 

2 403 
19 



4 297 

4 221 
76 



3 269 

3 156 
113 



4 036 

3 957 
79 



4 690 

4 662 
28 



388 

388 



1 649 


2 320 


2 265 


3 975 


3 040 


3 655 


4 391 


382 


11 


13 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




60 


107 


42 


72 


114 


88 


123 


15 


_ 


24 


41 


14 


33 


24 


12 


44 


_ 


_ 


17 


19 


18 


51 


5 


31 


64 


- 


- 


9 
4 
6 


- 


6 
6 


28 


- 


- 


23 


- 


- 


55 


_ 


26 


_ 


_ 


_ 




6 


36 


- 


- 


13 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


438 


612 


638 


814 


910 


999 


1 385 


20 


5 


27 


77 


98 


114 


70 


119 


121 


- 




7 


54 


61 


69 


32 


82 


89 


_ 


_ 


326 


427 


427 


554 


657 


636 


1 082 


9 


_ 


235 


351 


407 


451 


583 


551 


989 


9 


_ 


85 


108 


113 


146 


183 


244 


182 


11 


5 


71 


103 


92 


123 


140 


188 


167 


11 


5 


1 164 


1 586 


1 666 


2 942 


2 144 


2 510 


2 986 


316 


11 


97 


114 


46 


296 


69 


120 


113 


13 


6 


101 


183 


135 


370 


109 


243 


205 


12 




467 


580 


557 


1 401 


574 


1 044 


1 209 


66 


_ 


170 


214 


268 


412 


268 


467 


521 


67 


5 


91 


103 


152 


226 


161 


188 


245 


25 




175 


257 


338 


170 


604 


365 


510 


111 


_ 


63 


135 


170 


67 


359 


83 


183 


22 


- 


83.0 


81.3 


89.1 


77.4 


91.7 


85.5 


89.4 


92.1 


45.5 


20.4 


24.7 


30.5 


8.1 


44.9 


17.8 


23.2 


42.1 




333 


481 


180 


341 


54 


525 


24 






1 613 


1 116 


1 820 


1 254 


1 378 


1 429 


1 779 


95 


_ 


1 960 


1 912 


2 066 


1 840 


1 934 


1 729 


1 958 


1 000 


- 


1 649 


2 320 


2 265 


3 975 


3 040 


3 655 


4 391 


382 


11 


929 


1 289 


1 505 


2 600 


1 987 


1 508 


2 908 


20 


11 


714 


1 003 


760 


1 359 


1 017 


2 126 


1 448 


362 




120 


485 


421 


778 


559 


1 138 


778 


149 


_ 


392 


156 


98 


292 


74 


512 


333 


65 


_ 


94 


145 


167 


115 


307 


304 


199 


101 


_ 


108 


217 


74 


174 


77 


172 


138 


47 


_ 


6 


28 


- 


16 


36 


21 


35 


- 


- 


1 756 


2 533 


2 422 


4 297 


3 269 


4 023 


3 076 


388 


11 


1 424 


1 850 


2 156 


3 516 


2 913 


2 492 


2 789 


6 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


1 614 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


795 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


~~ 


~~ 


_ 


29 


- 


- 


817 


1 120 


1 093 


2 091 


1 521 


2 088 


2 503 


186 


5 


717 


927 


1 013 


1 849 


1 449 


1 976 


2 364 


180 




669 


846 


917 


1 718 


1 311 


1 868 


2 204 


158 


_ 


48 


81 


96 


131 


138 


108 


160 


22 


_ 


4 


18 


- 


7 


11 


14 


11 


- 


5 


4 


18 


- 


- 


11 


14 


11 


- 


5 


67 


106 


_ 


136 


36 


45 


45 


_ 




_ 


26 


21 


35 


6 


33 


23 


_ 


_ 


29 


43 


59 


64 


19 


20 


60 


6 


- 


1.04 


1.05 


1.05 


1.04 


1.05 


1.03 


1.04 


1.07 


„ 


16.3 


16.4 


13.2 


12.4 


13.3 


13.6 


14.4 


16.7 


20.0 


no 


37 


42 


185 


65 


140 


203 


6 




174 


193 


198 


521 


374 


457 


632 


54 


5 


274 


395 


422 


599 


620 


703 


781 


40 




55 


157 


110 


172 


159 


148 


206 


6 


_ 


175 


295 


262 


550 


284 


620 


621 


74 


- 


798 


1 073 


1 070 


2 045 


1 457 


2 036 


2 423 


180 


5 


102 


150 


101 


240 


129 


188 


327 


29 




7 


13 


- 


6 


27 


10 


6 


9 


5 


106 


50 


36 


73 


126 


191 


232 


40 




6 


_ 


_ 


~ 


15 


11 


- 


8 


- 


_ 


— 


— 


: 


6 


: 


~ 


- 


- 


47 


77 


59 


86 


81 


118 


141 


_ 


_ 


6 


5 


21 


11 


- 


9 


38 


25 


_ 


199 


455 


604 


1 088 


735 


985 


1 001 


34 


_ 


167 


159 


83 


104 


105 


101 


156 


5 


_ 


158 


164 


166 


437 


233 


423 


522 


30 


_ 


19 


47 


23 


46 


64 


52 


80 


6 


_ 


- 


20 


4 


5 


13 


- 


7 


- 


_ 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


14 


_ 


_ 


- 


6 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


7 


- 


6 


- 


10 


9 


6 


_ 


- 


14 


14 


21 


51 


26 


37 


- 


_ 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 85 



Table 17 Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Menasha city (pt.), Winnebago County 



Tract 25 (pt.) 



Tract 26.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 26.02 
(pt.) 



Troct 27 



Tract 28.98 
(pt.) 



Tract 29 



Tract 30.98 
(pt.) 



Neenah city, Winnebago County 



Tract 31.98 
(pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 33 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons '28 

Native 123 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school .. 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA. 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Loc city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 

86 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



1 331 

1 316 
15 



2 219 

2 201 



2 670 

2 636 
34 



3 917 

3 848 
69 



20 



2 617 

2 507 
110 



26 



1 756 

1 750 
6 



2 533 

2 442 
91 



26 



2 422 

2 403 

19 



3 210 

3 189 
21 



115 


1 250 


2 009 


2 472 


3 627 


2 361 


1 649 


2 320 


2 265 


2 930 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38 


81 


13 


_ 


13 


12 


- 


23 


67 


42 


155 


203 


60 


107 


42 


117 


- 


6 


18 


12 


97 


159 


24 


41 


14 


38 


_ 


11 


36 


23 


56 


40 


17 


19 


18 


19 


- 


6 


6 


- 


28 


26 


9 


_ 


6 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


26 


4 


- 


6 


_ 


- 


- 


6 


- 


62 


113 


6 


55 


_ 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


101 


6 


36 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


50 


- 


- 


- 


12 




348 


673 


589 


952 


558 


438 


612 


638 


736 


- 


15 


56 


27 


88 


75 


27 


77 


98 


84 


- 


9 


22 


12 


62 


40 


7 


54 


61 


48 


- 


279 


473 


386 


612 


397 


326 


427 


427 


462 


- 


236 


400 


353 


543 


364 


235 


351 


407 


364 


- 


54 


144 


176 


252 


86 


85 


108 


113 


192 


- 


54 


144 


168 


227 


74 


71 


103 


92 


170 


115 


877 


1 200 


1 845 


2 578 


1 593 


1 164 


1 586 


1 666 


2 035 


- 


77 


39 


159 


211 


240 


97 


114 


46 


168 


4 


110 


119 


214 


360 


280 


101 


183 


135 


260 


58 


384 


576 


916 


1 285 


599 


467 


580 


557 


872 


16 


118 


196 


191 


419 


223 


170 


214 


268 


355 


8 


75 


86 


152 


143 


119 


91 


103 


152 


134 


7 


90 


137 


157 


108 


98 


175 


257 


338 


198 


22 


23 


47 


56 


52 


34 


63 


135 


170 


48 


96.5 


78.7 


86.8 


79.8 


77.9 


67.4 


83.0 


81.3 


89.1 


79.0 


25.2 


12.9 


15.3 


11.5 


6.2 


8.3 


20.4 


24.7 


30.5 


12.1 


_ 


90 


209 


186 


224 


437 


333 


481 


180 


231 


000 


1 284 


1 382 


1 258 


1 283 


1 475 


1 613 


1 116 


1 820 


1 701 


- 


1 774 


2 133 


1 713 


1 948 


2 382 


1 960 


1 912 


2 066 


2 076 


115 


1 250 


2 009 


2 472 


3 627 


2 361 


1 649 


2 320 


2 265 


2 930 


76 


812 


993 


1 659 


2 101 


914 


929 


1 289 


1 505 


1 446 


39 


438 


998 


803 


1 498 


1 434 


714 


1 003 


760 


1 473 


17 


48 


271 


274 


337 


442 


120 


485 


421 


774 


- 


301 


379 


393 


851 


578 


392 


156 


98 


291 


22 


35 


224 


91 


218 


286 


94 


145 


167 


214 


- 


54 


124 


45 


92 


128 


108 


217 


74 


194 


- 


- 


18 


10 


28 


13 


6 


28 


- 


11 


128 


1 331 


2 219 


2 670 


3 917 


2 617 


1 756 


2 533 


2 422 


3 210 


52 


989 


1 495 


2 353 


2 918 


1 131 


1 424 


1 850 


2 156 


2 498 



60 


759 


1 252 


1 303 


1 831 


1 167 


817 


1 120 


1 093 


1 503 


46 


712 


1 185 


1 189 


1 720 


1 042 


717 


927 


1 013 


1 383 


46 


659 


1 054 


1 064 


1 556 


954 


669 


846 


917 


1 236 


- 


53 


131 


125 


164 


88 


48 


81 


96 


147 


- 


4 


12 


14 


8 


17 


4 


18 


_ 


13 


- 


4 


12 


14 


8 


6 


4 


18 


- 




14 


10 


15 


49 


60 


90 


67 


106 


_ 


78 


- 


- 


17 


32 


19 


7 


- 


26 


21 


25 


- 


33 


23 


19 


24 


11 


29 


43 


59 


4 


1.00 


1.04 


1.06 


1.06 


1.05 


1.05 


1.04 


1.05 


1.05 


1.06 


9.4 


15.9 


15.3 


15.4 


14.5 


16.5 


16.3 


16.4 


13.2 


14.4 


_ 


69 


76 


114 


136 


117 


110 


37 


42 


75 


18 


231 


348 


397 


455 


255 


174 


193 


198 


359 


21 


165 


320 


284 


490 


380 


274 


395 


422 


428 


- 


62 


125 


107 


199 


96 


55 


157 


110 


147 


21 


199 


360 


382 


527 


308 


175 


295 


262 


490 


60 


759 


1 212 


1 272 


1 812 


1 126 


798 


1 073 


1 070 


1 482 


6 


128 


292 


256 


276 


173 


102 


150 


101 


165 


- 


12 


- 


- 


- 


12 


7 


13 


_ 


8 


7 


78 


127 


110 


163 


125 


106 


50 


36 


97 


- 


- 


29 


17 


29 


5 


6 


_ 


_ 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 






- 


27 


47 


39 


64 


54 


47 


77 


59 


58 


- 


30 


51 


18 


38 


34 


6 


5 


21 


13 


8 


172 


251 


299 


393 


309 


199 


455 


604 


716 


27 


164 


191 


327 


415 


221 


167 


159 


83 


99 


12 


148 


218 


206 


424 


186 


158 


164 


166 


309 


- 


- 


40 


31 


19 


41 


19 


47 


23 


21 


- 


- 


13 


7 


14 


10 


_ 


20 


4 


5 


- 


- 


5 


6 


- 


- 


7 


_ 


_ 




- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Neenah city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 
Tract 35 Tract 36 (pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 37.02 
(pt.) 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County 



Tract 



Tract 2 Troct 3 (pt.) Tract 4 (pt.) 



Tract 5 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island languoge 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over _. 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years — 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years .. 
Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 35 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre — 
On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m... 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) . 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



4 092 

4 016 
76 



1 974 



741 

610 

131 

7 



136 
35 
55 

1.04 
12.5 

185 
485 
547 
165 
537 

1 928 

235 

6 

69 



11 
020 

86 
415 

46 
5 



6 
21 



2 754 

2 662 
92 



1 438 

1 249 

1 156 

93 

21 

21 

105 
46 
17 

1.04 
13.5 

76 
424 
379 
108 
434 

1 401 
164 

31 

71 

7 



14 

70 

6 

698 

101 

239 

37 



12 
25 



2 881 

2 797 



3 937 

3 858 
79 



1 390 

1 379 

11 



3 186 

3 072 
114 



2 765 

2 629 
136 



4 332 

4 146 
186 



1 298 

1 230 

1 092 

138 

11 

11 

36 
6 

15 

1.06 
13.0 

60 
284 
562 
137 
240 

1 246 
123 
22 
104 

15 



6 
81 

621 
80 

194 
52 

7 



2 063 

1 958 

1 850 
108 

14 

14 

45 
33 
13 

1.03 
13.6 

140 
446 
703 
148 
613 

2 Oil 

188 
10 

191 
11 



118 
9 
967 
101 
416 
52 



45 



16 



10 
26 



679 

640 

620 

20 



9 
16 
14 

1.02 
10.8 

63 
179 
197 

68 
158 

643 

40 

47 



17 

14 
358 

35 
132 

36 



1 549 

1 366 

1 178 

188 

35 

31 

87 
14 
47 

1.08 
13.4 

149 
312 

414 
166 
461 

1 506 

26 

6 

52 



1 230 
46 



1 305 

1 173 

1 019 

154 

15 

15 



29 

1.07 
13.2 

79 
218 
450 
142 
387 

232 

16 



146 
43 



12 



20 



1 028 
47 



113 
73 



25 
19 



2 079 

1 918 

1 775 

143 

80 

73 



20 
17 
44 

1.04 
14.6 

107 
385 
850 
204 
489 

968 

36 

40 



1 569 
8 
82 
40 
193 
111 
10 



43 
28 



2 857 

2 830 
27 



1 463 

1 341 

1 154 

187 

32 

32 

58 

14 
18 

1.08 
15.4 

130 
325 
357 
148 
485 

1 402 

17 

43 
10 



1 132 

53 

147 
61 
11 

24 



4 629 

4 327 
302 



28 



3 792 


2 540 


2 692 


3 564 


1 261 


2 893 


2 513 


4 096 


2 662 


4 289 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


106 


30 


_ 


81 


72 


95 


90 


79 


50 


142 


157 


233 


96 


299 


33 


32 


24 


12 


17 


81 


106 


84 


_ 


120 


51 


38 


5 


31 


30 


5 


- 


47 


38 


24 


28 


- 


- 


- 


17 


- 


- 


7 


- 




- 


_ 


26 


_ 


_ 


91 


113 


50 


5 


151 


- 


- 


13 


- 


- 


74 


106 


44 


- 


91 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


106 


24 


- 


57 


800 


646 


802 


982 


520 


720 


733 


1 096 


638 


1 727 


107 


81 


70 


119 


59 


51 


98 


104 


60 


78 


69 


56 


32 


82 


47 


34 


76 


48 


52 


68 


554 


433 


573 


619 


421 


474 


445 


722 


391 


623 


451 


400 


505 


551 


401 


448 


352 


611 


334 


538 


139 


132 


159 


244 


40 


195 


190 


270 


187 


1 026 


116 


115 


116 


188 


40 


168 


184 


250 


182 


989 


2 776 


1 756 


1 907 


2 436 


735 


2 086 


1 688 


2 985 


1 899 


2 541 


283 


107 


69 


100 


7 


120 


170 


127 


134 


123 


352 


186 


93 


238 


26 


348 


207 


204 


320 


311 


1 356 


799 


498 


1 015 


311 


881 


590 


755 


788 


815 


387 


289 


228 


454 


151 


350 


307 


513 


309 


467 


189 


164 


148 


181 


71 


78 


83 


228 


83 


212 


151 


174 


554 


365 


132 


226 


187 


707 


208 


388 


58 


37 


317 


83 


37 


83 


144 


451 


57 


225 


77.1 


83.3 


91.5 


86.1 


95.5 


77.6 


77.7 


88.9 


76.1 


82.9 


7.5 


12.0 


45.7 


18.4 


23.0 


14.8 


19.6 


38.8 


14.0 


24.1 


298 


' 306 


61 


525 


71 


299 


277 


89 


342 


225 


1 242 


993 


1 258 


1 398 


2 552 


1 024 


1 393 


1 288 


1 031 


1 123 


2 020 


1 891 


1 901 


1 729 


2 258 


1 870 


1 964 


1 700 


1 782 


1 896 


3 792 


2 540 


2 692 


3 564 


1 261 


2 893 


2 513 


4 096 


2 662 


4 289 


2 457 


1 241 


1 822 


1 430 


707 


1 444 


1 369 


2 283 


1 552 


1 830 


1 319 


1 299 


834 


2 113 


554 


1 419 


1 106 


1 787 


1 104 


2 360 


743 


630 


410 


1 125 


344 


995 


636 


1 074 


719 


1 141 


287 


343 


74 


512 


92 


85 


95 


110 


131 


200 


115 


132 


283 


304 


89 


229 


290 


474 


166 


684 


174 


194 


67 


172 


29 


110 


85 


129 


88 


335 


16 


- 


36 


21 


- 


30 


38 


26 


6 


99 


4 092 


2 754 


2 881 


3 937 


1 390 


3 186 


2 765 


4 332 


2 857 


4 629 


3 343 


1 326 


2 600 


2 445 


1 359 


2 063 


1 747 


3 250 


2 266 


2 748 



2 447 

1 973 

1 672 
301 

88 

79 

315 
29 
42 

1 .09 

13.0 

203 
525 
584 
259 
834 

2 348 

62 

70 



2 045 

56 

6 

109 

99 



18 
9 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



31 29 30 18 72 

APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 87 



Table 17 Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 6 



Tract 7 



Tract 8 Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



Tract 1 1 



Tract 12 Tract 13 (pt.) Tract 14 (pt.) Tract 15 (pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 1 456 

Native 1 386 

Foreign born - 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 
Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speok English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school . 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years — 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 am 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Briilion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Columet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remoinder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Boy city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 

88 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



5 892 

5 722 
170 



3 374 

3 302 
72 



2 440 

2 401 
39 



2 444 

2 413 
31 



4 181 

4 082 
99 



16 



2 197 

2 178 
19 



2 917 

2 893 
24 



3 954 

3 875 
79 



3 250 

3 192 
58 



1 383 


5 791 


3 133 


2 226 


2 303 


3 932 


2 006 


2 717 


3 693 


3 018 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


26 


7 


21 


7 


19 


103 


288 


87 


54 


75 


217 


68 


59 


87 


123 


49 


107 


15 


15 


36 


78 


21 


21 


18 


35 


44 


66 


11 


10 


28 


37 


19 


4 


_ 


46 


7 


26 


11 


10 


7 

7 


8 


14 


- 


- 


5 


52 


76 


12 


23 


35 


12 


_ 


23 


19 


35 


47 


- 


5 


- 


20 


- 


- 


5 


19 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


- 


- 


- 


19 


484 


5 126 


862 


633 


360 


840 


464 


592 


824 


735 


15 


29 


56 


60 


75 


64 


39 


74 


96 


108 


7 


10 


37 


8 


31 


43 


25 


50 


75 


68 


141 


126 


485 


454 


166 


519 


330 


388 


520 


504 


141 


111 


447 


426 


159 


429 


242 


359 


473 


425 


328 


4 971 


321 


119 


119 


257 


95 


130 


208 


123 


323 


4 931 


305 


101 


86 


239 


84 


115 


167 


111 


895 


697 


2 210 


1 499 


1 870 


2 972 


1 462 


1 935 


2 769 


2 138 


200 


31 


123 


73 


220 


459 


157 


163 


239 


226 


173 


55 


219 


195 


332 


449 


282 


259 


372 


306 


232 


125 


795 


514 


731 


1 000 


648 


889 


1 166 


835 


125 


224 


382 


255 


228 


534 


183 


232 


441 


326 


47 


46 


150 


111 


81 


157 


55 


132 


140 


138 


93 


126 


352 


239 


187 


240 


108 


169 


302 


212 


25 


90 


189 


112 


91 


133 


29 


91 


109 


95 


58.3 


87.7 


84.5 


82.1 


70.5 


69.4 


70.0 


78.2 


77.9 


75.1 


13.2 


31.0 


24.5 


23.4 


14.9 


12.6 


9.4 


13.4 


14.8 


14.4 


192 


17 


82 


296 


622 


310 


238 


175 


194 


176 


710 


493 


633 


1 030 


898 


972 


1 477 


1 307 


1 333 


1 372 


2 742 


1 836 


1 868 


1 921 


1 658 


1 778 


2 614 


1 475 


2 032 


2 188 


1 383 


5 791 


3 133 


2 226 


2 303 


3 932 


2 006 


2 717 


3 693 


3 018 


409 


678 


1 531 


1 202 


1 191 


2 098 


1 157 


1 811 


1 989 


1 842 


974 


5 018 


1 602 


1 005 


1 105 


1 829 


849 


875 


1 664 


1 176 


444 


433 


898 


772 


609 


1 132 


575 


492 


1 043 


765 


46 


452 


151 


89 


186 


205 


63 


127 


250 


63 


261 


2 345 


299 


114 


196 


155 


139 


154 


236 


178 


223 


1 788 


254 


30 


114 


337 


72 


102 


135 


170 


- 


95 


- 


19 


7 


5 


- 


31 


40 




1 456 


5 892 


3 374 


2 440 


2 444 


4 181 


2 197 


2 917 


3 954 


3 250 


161 


1 107 


2 306 


1 751 


1 513 


2 383 


1 454 


2 294 


2 980 


2 166 



585 


2 470 


1 790 


1 272 


1 156 


2 026 


1 041 


1 453 


1 997 


1 547 


407 


1 223 


1 665 


1 187 


1 086 


1 835 


927 


1 316 


1 834 


1 404 


292 


1 083 


1 457 


1 052 


986 


1 600 


813 


1 120 


1 572 


1 222 


115 


140 


208 


135 


100 


235 


114 


196 


262 


182 


40 


40 


23 


25 


14 


27 


24 


11 


23 


21 


40 


33 


18 


25 


14 


22 


24 


11 


23 


16 


121 


1 108 


51 


26 


31 


81 


69 


56 


43 


72 


17 


49 


37 


9 


13 


26 


8 


36 


35 


7 


- 


50 


14 


25 


12 


57 


13 


34 


62 


43 


1.19 


1.06 


1.07 


1.07 


1.05 


1.07 


1.07 


1.08 


1.08 


1.07 


16.5 


10.3 


14.0 


13.7 


13.0 


13.0 


13.0 


14.0 


14.6 


17.3 


31 


32 


148 


66 


91 


159 


104 


162 


130 


125 


69 


89 


382 


309 


337 


521 


239 


285 


505 


420 


60 


320 


550 


402 


280 


527 


255 


491 


493 


458 


70 


195 


168 


135 


120 


245 


51 


136 


228 


135 


355 


1 784 


528 


335 


316 


517 


379 


345 


579 


366 


561 


2 176 


1 654 


1 202 


1 106 


1 948 


1 017 


1 373 


1 840 


1 396 


- 


78 


15 


14 


46 


44 


19 


38 


13 


4 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


5 


_ 


7 


_ 


_ 


6 


46 


42 


14 


8 


20 


19 


27 


22 


24 


- 


9 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


486 


1 972 


1 387 


955 


913 


1 634 


831 


1 155 


1 616 


1 218 


37 


19 


45 


93 


8 


20 


37 


33 


40 


27 


- 


- 


12 


8 


- 


- 


17 


7 


_ 


20 


32 


47 


139 


118 


131 


225 


94 


106 


149 


103 


24 


294 


136 


70 


50 


78 


24 


80 


157 


151 


- 


16 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 






20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


- 


7 


8 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 






- 


69 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 








8 


37 


40 


23 


7 


17 


5 


27 


46 


43 


8 


14 
4 


19 


23 


12 


16 


15 


31 


20 


32 


8 


14 


8 


12 


_ 


8 






6 


6 


- 


133 


48 


12 


31 


37 


4 


17 


79 


50 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Dato based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 16 (pt.! 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



Remainder of Winnebago County 



Tract 3 (pt.) 



Tract 4 (pt.) 



Tract 9 (pt.) 



Tract 10 (pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 324 

Native- - — -- '''" 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English I ' 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 6 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school .. 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 1 5 to 24 years 

Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 25 to 34 years 

Children ever born per 1 ,000 women 35 to 44 years 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA.. .... 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including toxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked -. 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city I '* " 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city . 6 

Menasha city (pt.) 5 

Remainder of Winnebago County 42 

Worked outside MSA of residence 6 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



688 

649 
39 



680 

91 
22 
25 



121 



4 007 

3 909 
98 



3 669 



198 
48 



34 



15 



1 545 

53 

7 

264 

197 



8 
63 



118 



113 

113 



109 



72 



115 

115 



109 

13 



71 


235 


1 126 


28 


13 


7 


8 


52 


3 


- 


- 


- 


28 


- 


- 


36 


84 


805 


22 


7 


21 


84 


691 


19 


7 


28 


143 


269 


3 


6 


28 


130 


253 


3 


6 


220 


532 


2 469 


75 


93 


23 


54 


113 


4 


- 


18 


92 


136 


8 


- 


50 


186 


804 


38 


37 


71 


116 


532 


8 


20 


17 


55 


177 


7 


12 


41 


21 


470 


6 


6 


- 


8 


237 


4 


18 


81.4 


72.6 


89.9 


84.0 


100.0 


18.6 


5.5 


28.6 


13.3 


25.8 


1 500 




213 






1 000 


3 000 


1 478 


667 


- 


2 000 


1 000 


2 007 


1 538 


1 000 


288 


680 


3 669 


109 


109 


96 


127 


1 795 


86 


80 


192 


553 


1 874 


23 


29 


142 


84 


1 097 


18 


- 


22 


32 


120 


- 


- 


18 


324 


344 


2 


- 


10 


113 


313 


3 


29 


324 


688 


4 007 


113 


115 


130 


155 


3 052 


85 


111 



216 


121 


2 112 


83 


76 


198 


121 


2 049 


79 


76 


173 


121 


1 845 


72 


76 


25 


- 


204 


7 


- 


12 


- 


23 


- 


- 


12 


- 


23 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


15 


2 


_ 


_ 


- 


18 


- 


- 


6 


- 


7 


2 


- 


1.07 


1.00 


1.06 


1.05 


1.00 


13.5 


11.3 


15.9 


11.8 


17.3 


6 


_ 


140 


6 


11 


47 


48 


477 


18 


27 


98 


23 


713 


28 


- 


23 


9 


298 


13 


7 


36 


41 


477 


16 


31 


210 


121 


1 915 


83 


71 


7 


- 


23 


2 


- 


6 


- 


8 


- 


- 



29 

13 
4 

20 
5 



112 

104 
8 



101 



30 



23 
17 
7 
7 



74 

8 

17 
18 
14 
17 

89.2 
23.0 



1 125 
3 000 



101 

34 

67 
52 

15 



86 
59 
26 



64 

58 

49 

9 



1.08 
9.5 



10 

12 

6 

36 

64 



58 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 89 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years -- 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years.. 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years.. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA. 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 o.m 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 am 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 o.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menosha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remoinder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaca County 

Worked elsewhere 



90 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



Remainder of Winnebogo County— Con. 



Tract 13 (pt.) 



Tract 14 (pt.) 



Tract 15 (pt.) 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



47 

47 



47 

4 
2 
4 
2 



12 

2 

10 
3 



2 
2 

16 
6 

5 
2 

87.9 

21.2 



2 750 



47 

39 



18 
10 
29 
21 



27 

27 
23 

4 



1.08 
12.5 



13 
2 
9 

22 



20 
2 



58 

58 



58 

6 



43 

8 

14 
9 

12 



81.4 



3 000 



58 

31 
27 



27 



52 

25 

6 



37 

37 
37 



1.00 
13.8 



6 
27 



4 
37 



33 



2 504 

2 479 
25 



2 385 

83 
51 
38 
38 

14 

7 



417 

41 
16 
256 
224 
120 
111 



1 871 

324 
401 
505 
294 
102 
163 
82 

61.3 
13.1 



200 
1 467 
1 425 



2 385 

1 225 
1 160 
348 
161 
429 
222 



2 115 

891 

389 

112 

38 



832 

793 

725 

68 



6 
16 
17 

1.04 
17.9 

57 
227 
240 

88 
203 

787 

16 



526 

71 
33 
137 
45 



1 924 

1 920 
4 



1 806 



42 
11 
19 
5 



481 

31 
25 

370 

329 

80 

80 



1 254 

152 
153 
527 
178 

61 
139 

44 

75.7 
14.6 



102 
1 992 
1 655 



1 806 

1 246 

560 

386 

68 

53 

53 



163 

96 

1 761 

1 239 



1 002 

924 
815 
109 

6 
6 

20 
23 
29 

1.07 
17.4 

46 
286 
217 
107 
317 

940 
30 



10 



585 

57 
13 
245 
62 
19 



10 
11 



3 375 

3 323 
52 



3 104 

88 
18 



23 



832 

75 
32 

574 
530 
183 
169 



2 273 

107 
154 
776 
502 
118 
358 
258 

88.5 
27.1 



296 
382 
790 



3 104 

1 947 

1 148 

639 

259 

244 

6 

9 



948 

774 

2 427 

1 913 

71 



1 825 

1 783 

1 633 

150 



42 

1.05 

16.4 

114 
444 
594 
266 
365 

1 740 

42 



1 321 

52 

27 

281 

85 



3 636 

3 596 
40 



15 

3 430 

23 
126 

47 
29 



905 

63 

37 
699 
603 
143 
132 



2 416 

172 

296 
1 048 
334 
159 
297 
110 

80.6 

16.8 



105 
1 375 
1 952 



3 430 

2 420 
1 006 
395 
244 
234 
133 
4 



398 

248 

3 238 

1 068 

318 



1 897 

1 707 

1 582 

125 

2 

2 

44 

10 

134 

1.04 
17.0 

141 
478 
534 
205 
405 

1 703 

23 

2 

21 



4 
228 

31 

3 

391 

194 

4 



3 
80 
54 



Tract 20 



5 503 

5 459 
44 



5 132 

11 

195 

58 

76 

36 

5 

7 



1 352 

76 

52 

1 039 

995 

237 

201 



3 601 

330 
436 
1 722 
469 
226 
321 
97 

78.7 
11.6 



131 

1 800 

2 089 



5 132 

3 498 
1 622 
354 
785 
195 
288 
12 



2 836 

2 133 

2 667 

791 

502 



! 678 

> 363 

> 022 
341 

2 
2 

145 

11 

157 

1.08 
20.2 

227 
764 
569 
267 
694 

! 428 

23 

44 
13 



1 253 

63 

15 

1 017 

250 



45 



56 

5 - - I 

17 29 53 123 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 21 



Tract 22 



Tract 23 



Tract 24 



Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.01 (pt.) Tract 26.02 (pt.) Tract 28.98 (pt.) 



PUCE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons S years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years ... 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years ... 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m. 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m. 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m. 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Calumet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenah city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Loc city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Waupaco County 

Worked elsewhere 



2 832 

2 812 
20 



6 290 

6 244 
46 



3 486 

3 456 
30 



5 367 

5 311 
56 



3 160 

3 055 
105 



2 144 2 033 

2 129 1 980 
15 53 



480 

480 



2 641 


5 889 


3 231 


4 883 


2 908 


2 004 


1 920 


442 


7 


15 


5 


- 


22 


_ 


_ 




52 


158 


84 


99 


84 


72 


82 


4 


22 


51 


34 


21 


32 


10 


14 




17 


46 


38 


4 


13 


24 


_ 


4 


7 


20 


21 


4 


- 


6 


- 




3 


2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


8 


28 


22 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


17 


22 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 


- 


- 


619 


1 579 


881 


1 456 


639 


439 


564 


126 


50 


164 


75 


172 


68 


43 


50 


6 


40 


110 


43 


89 


47 


13 


33 




478 


1 139 


632 


952 


330 


324 


376 


108 


452 


1 059 


580 


832 


234 


255 


338 


103 


91 


276 


174 


332 


241 


72 


138 


12 


79 


243 


151 


276 


191 


53 


122 


12 


1 866 


4 220 


2 308 


3 399 


2 103 


1 481 


1 376 


283 


195 


375 


154 


176 


135 


116 


90 


17 


277 


480 


211 


250 


199 


111 


80 


19 


890 


1 816 


1 057 


1 287 


871 


680 


618 


145 


245 


627 


362 


518 


379 


232 


203 


30 


124 


320 


144 


303 


144 


94 


158 


14 


103 


431 


256 


608 


235 


187 


193 


27 


32 


171 


124 


257 


140 


61 


34 


31 


74.7 


79.7 


84.2 


87.5 


84.1 


84.7 


87.6 


87.3 


7.2 


14.3 


16.5 


25.4 


17.8 


16.7 


16.5 


20.5 


270 


198 


212 


190 


262 


389 


98 


356 


1 436 


1 465 


1 365 


1 416 


896 


1 188 


1 273 


1 000 


2 651 


2 037 


1 925 


1 820 


2 335 


1 861 


1 964 


2 650 


2 641 


5 889 


3 231 


4 883 


2 908 


2 004 


1 920 


442 


1 952 


4 018 


2 190 


2 506 


1 340 


1 480 


1 280 


298 


687 


1 856 


1 037 


2 345 


1 568 


520 


640 


144 


105 


500 


395 


1 008 


565 


96 


124 


39 


345 


836 


377 


495 


464 


311 


289 


81 


101 


245 


149 


562 


238 


68 


191 


14 


136 


275 


116 


280 


301 


45 


36 


10 


2 


15 


4 


32 


- 


4 






_ 


_ 


103 


4 380 


3 160 


2 144 


2 033 


480 


- 


- 


103 


3 483 


1 464 


1 993 


1 622 


403 


2 832 


6 290 


3 383 


987 


- 


_ 


_ 




701 


3 713 


937 


724 


_ 


_ 


_ 




678 


387 


326 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 412 


3 012 


1 901 


2 939 


1 711 


1 182 


1 114 


251 


1 149 


2 677 


1 691 


2 840 


1 574 


1 089 


1 050 


239 


989 


2 411 


1 534 


2 604 


1 416 


1 042 


978 


228 


160 


266 


157 


236 


158 


47 


72 


11 


4 


10 


1 


5 


68 


17 


15 




4 


10 


1 


5 


68 


10 


12 


- 


42 


127 


35 


27 


31 


45 


_ 




8 


12 


23 


8 


8 


20 


25 


8 


209 


186 


151 


59 


30 


11 


24 


4 


1.08 


1.06 


1.05 


1.05 


1.06 


1.02 


1.04 


1.02 


23.3 


21.8 


17.5 


14.5 


15.9 


17.7 


17.1 


16.2 


130 


267 


173 


161 


91 


77 


82 


14 


336 


769 


424 


685 


201 


272 


289 


78 


282 


864 


570 


1 002 


657 


392 


360 


61 


86 


242 


165 


401 


165 


105 


82 


15 


369 


684 


418 


631 


567 


325 


277 


79 


1 086 


2 695 


1 829 


2 822 


1 659 


1 104 


1 081 


237 


31 


146 


160 


527 


588 


214 


267 


62 


7 


24 


11 


12 


37 


5 


16 




24 


158 


88 


328 


249 


118 


153 


21 


- 


- 


- 


17 


19 


14 


20 


4 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


7 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7 


— 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


2 


12 


5 


5 


5 




388 


726 


271 


127 


14 


55 


26 




5 


4 


11 


18 


88 


24 


6 


21 


32 


349 


511 


823 


227 


169 


220 


48 


5 


99 


78 


139 


144 


206 


143 


32 


592 


1 187 


697 


812 


281 


294 


218 


49 


326 


317 


72 


117 


52 


78 


33 


14 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


16 


8 


5 


— 


— 


— 


12 


— 


— 


6 


_ 


- 


6 


5 


31 


15 


25 




9 


- 


4 


7 


8 


- 


_ 


5 




12 


14 


- 


6 


- 


13 






150 


17 


5 


13 


- 


_ 


_ 




_ 


2 


4 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 




5 


208 


8 


6 


13 


_ 


_ 




159 


66 


33 


41 


24 


24 


14 


_ 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 91 



Table 17. Social Characteristics of Persons: 1990 -Con. 

[Data bosed on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 (pt.) 



Tract 31.98 (pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.! 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 (pt.) 



Tract 37.02 (pt.) 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

In linguistically isolated households 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Speak Spanish 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

Speak an Asian or Pacific Island language 

Do not speak English "very well" 

Linguistically isolated 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 24 years ... 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 25 to 34 years ... 
Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

URBAN, RURAL, AND FARM RESIDENCE 

Urban population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

Rural population 

In housing units on properties of less than 1 acre 

On farms 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation (including taxicab) 

Bus or trolley bus or streetcar or trolley car 

Subway or elevated, railroad, or ferryboat 

Walked 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Persons per car, truck, or van 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Departure time for work: 

5:00 a.m. to 5:59 a.m. 

6:00 a.m. to 6:59 a.m. 

7:00 a.m. to 7:59 a.m 

8:00 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 

All other times 

Worked in MSA of residence 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Kaukauna city 

Remainder of Outagamie County 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Brillion city 

Chilton city 

Remainder of Columet County 

Oshkosh city 

Appleton city (pt.) 

Neenoh city 

Menasha city (pt.) 

Remainder of Winnebago County 

Worked outside MSA of residence 

Green Bay city 

De Pere city 

Remainder of Green Bay, Wl MSA 

Sheboygan, Wl MSA 

Fond du Lac city 

Remainder of Fond du Lac County 

Manitowoc County 

Woupoca County 

Worked elsewhere 



205 

205 



183 



388 

359 
29 



348 

24 



14 


108 


7 


- 


_ 


84 


- 


78 


7 


24 


7 


24 


166 


237 


13 


- 


18 


16 


45 


76 


25 


40 


37 


13 


19 


50 


9 


42 


81.3 


93.2 


16.9 


38.8 


400 




500 


2 348 


185 


2 194 


183 


348 


143 


165 


40 


183 


35 


149 


5 


_ 


- 


24 


— 


10 


205 


388 


173 


313 



117 


223 


108 


219 


108 


219 



68 


114 


18 


25 


22 


39 


- 


12 


- 


6 



99 

99 



91 

9 



74 

20 
5 

29 
13 
7 



66.2 



3 000 



91 

78 
13 
13 



86 
47 
13 
13 



25 

18 
18 



.00 


1.00 


1.00 


0.8 


14.8 


17.2 


_ 


5 


_ 


36 


90 


11 


52 


58 


_ 


7 


22 


_ 


13 


44 


7 


117 


211 


25 


5 


6 


_ 


- 


5 


_ 


4 


22 


- 



3 300 

3 283 

17 



3 130 



73 

27 

34 

6 



865 

62 
42 
661 
588 
142 
127 



2 251 

106 
179 
898 
370 
174 
378 
146 

87.3 
23.3 



1 392 

1 751 

3 130 

2 201 
894 
434 
241 
110 
109 

35 

1 686 

1 430 

1 614 

795 

29 



1 824 

1 724 

1 584 

140 

11 

11 

36 

7 
46 

1.04 
15.7 

140 
453 
584 
138 
463 

1 780 

287 

6 

185 



124 
24 
643 
121 
390 
44 
7 

14 



92 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton--0sh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Calumet County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



Outagamie County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) Kaukauno city 



Winnebago County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



1 



238 635 

165 949 

69.5 

165 776 

159 009 

6 767 

4.1 

72 686 

3 975 

11 388 

31 620 
122 774 

75 338 

61.4 

75 338 

72 339 

2 999 
4.0 

19 873 
13 225 
21 280 

17 160 

29 078 

18 541 

53 723 

39 477 
17 575 

3 165 

855 
141 
587 
162 
383 



159 009 

15 809 
19 156 

5 523 

17 132 
24 133 

322 
1 959 

18 081 
4 751 

18 902 

19 367 

6 379 

7 495 

7 512 
50 063 

7 473 
33 305 

8 834 
6 170 

31 561 



159 009 

133 469 

15 508 

9 863 

9 433 



180 656 

136 230 

102 885 

13 535 

7 609 

25 608 



199 286 

4 960 

2 194 
706 

3 740 
11 758 

6 029 

4 518 
187 528 
156 462 

35 201 

5 662 
4 226 
3 328 



9 170 
22 291 
19 886 
35 244 
54 354 
48 508 



24 811 

18 143 

73.1 

18 139 

17 478 

661 

3.6 

6 668 
271 
943 

3 070 
12 584 

8 103 

64.4 

8 103 

7 717 
386 
4.8 

2 404 

1 671 

2 599 

2 207 

3 466 

2 397 

6 918 

5 385 
1 879 

421 

82 
136 

91 

8 

37 



17 478 

1 567 

1 627 

532 

1 457 

2 226 

34 

140 

1 788 

1 248 

2 248 

2 807 
788 

1 016 

802 

6 646 
699 

3 054 
744 
537 

2 823 



17 478 

14 492 
1 380 
1 064 
1 503 



19 111 

14 795 
11 506 

1 469 
809 

2 712 



20 996 

508 

182 

62 

408 

1 101 

620 

377 

19 895 

17 086 



3 540 

534 
358 
335 



896 
19 531 

2 011 
33 610 

6 419 
46 420 



6 167 

4 916 

79.7 

4 916 

4 764 

152 

3.1 

1 251 

247 

413 
3 205 

2 297 
71.7 



297 
181 
116 
5.1 
794 
471 
748 
651 



1 175 



1 968 

1 460 
437 

111 



50 

50 



4 764 

623 
628 
194 
484 
737 
9 

58 
450 

14 
540 
551 
230 
246 

235 
1 726 
212 
852 
283 
192 
949 



4 764 

4 163 
430 
345 
171 



091 

852 
203 
298 
180 
804 



5 733 

80 

28 

7 

68 

245 

153 

74 

5 488 

4 742 

434 

59 
48 
26 



162 

10 055 

657 

35 337 

1 706 

47 281 



44 
30 

68.2 
30 
30 



30 

16 

53.3 

16 

16 



30 



44 



104 343 

74 152 
71.1 

74 086 

71 130 

2 956 

4.0 

30 191 

1 495 

4 289 

13 117 
53 545 

33 400 

62.4 

33 400 

32 167 

1 233 

3.7 

9 175 

6 023 
9 946 

7 962 



13 686 

8 608 



25 603 

18 571 



7 
9 276 



14 
45 095 



627 

299 
320 
381 
200 
52 
129 



71 130 

7 303 

8 280 
2 544 
8 437 

10 757 
102 
709 

7 671 
2 205 

8 815 
7 966 

2 910 

3 431 

4 106 
20 755 

3 331 
15 644 

4 803 
3 144 

13 376 



71 130 

61 118 
5 433 
4 136 
4 302 



79 405 

60 176 

46 356 

5 818 

3 271 

11 060 



88 210 

2 166 
877 
255 

1 627 
5 093 

2 793 

1 773 
83 117 
69 931 

14 572 

2 148 
1 611 
1 205 



3 975 
21 066 

8 686 
37 238 
24 793 
49 324 



42 736 

29 582 

69.2 

29 557 

28 419 

1 138 

3.9 

154 

714 

109 



13 



6 021 
22 567 

13 842 

61.3 

13 842 

13 335 

507 

3.7 

3 494 

2 263 

3 784 
3 067 



5 204 

3 170 

9 307 

6 762 
3 014 

521 

120 
149 
104 
4 
41 



28 419 



610 
604 
078 
751 
388 

35 
355 
103 
166 
834 
630 
732 

33 



1 1 

1 237 

7 241 

1 203 

6 535 

2 082 
1 424 

7 045 



28 419 

24 641 
2 591 
2 021 
1 167 



31 964 

23 792 

18 169 

2 438 

1 209 

4 500 



35 342 

838 

424 

139 

568 

2 242 

1 263 

702 

33 100 

27 723 

6 655 

942 
755 
484 



1 906 
23 734 

3 515 
41 532 

9 348 
51 008 



8 784 

5 937 
67.6 

5 937 

5 635 
302 
5.1 

2 847 
132 
220 

1 468 
4 696 

2 734 
58.2 

2 734 
2 580 
154 
5.6 
812 
542 
836 
679 

1 246 



2 171 

1 587 
557 

124 

45 
53 
17 
7 
29 



5 635 

445 
535 
171 
581 
891 
5 

52 
724 

45 
873 
786 
236 
291 



364 
1 910 

260 
1 135 

331 

251 
1 008 



5 635 

4 925 
431 
366 
279 



7 111 

246 

57 

8 

217 

452 

225 

191 

6 659 

5 639 

1 541 

322 
249 
173 



420 
19 021 

796 

28 241 

1 982 

44 932 



109 481 

73 654 

67.3 

73 551 

70 401 

3 150 

4.3 

35 827 

2 209 

6 156 

15 433 
56 645 

33 835 

59.7 

33 835 

32 455 

1 380 

4.1 

8 294 

5 531 
8 735 

6 991 

11 926 

7 536 

21 202 

15 521 

8 069 
1 445 

453 
624 
296 
102 
217 



70 401 

6 939 



9 249 
2 447 

7 238 
11 150 

186 
1 110 

8 622 

1 298 

7 839 

8 594 

2 681 

3 048 

2 604 
22 662 

3 443 

14 607 
3 287 
2 489 

15 362 



70 401 

57 859 
8 695 
4 663 
3 628 



82 140 

61 259 

45 023 

6 248 

3 529 

11 836 



90 080 

2 286 

1 135 

389 

1 705 
5 564 

2 616 
2 368 

84 516 
69 445 



17 089 

2 980 

2 257 

1 788 



4 299 
23 999 

9 189 
33 717 
23 142 
48 213 



384 

212 
55.2 
212 
196 
16 
7.5 
172 



160 
235 

110 

46.8 

110 

94 

16 

14.5 

4 

4 



196 

29 

47 
17 
15 
48 



9 

52 



13 
66 



196 

160 
30 

19 
6 



217 

158 

119 

5 

8 

38 



218 

5 



5 
24 

17 

7 

194 



166 

49 

49 
14 



40 808 
24 

27 671 
36 

38 634 



11 126 

7 650 

68.8 

7 638 

7 299 

339 

4.4 

3 476 

12 

417 

1 788 

5 868 

3 563 

60.7 

3 563 

3 432 

131 

3.7 

1 041 

712 

861 

683 

1 373 

906 

2 370 

1 766 
656 

146 
34 
44 
17 
12 
15 



7 299 

681 
661 
246 
677 
1 182 

46 
130 
912 

25 
968 

1 156 
281 
334 

287 

2 819 
380 

1 261 
404 
266 

1 290 



7 299 

6 452 
516 
387 
317 



8 113 

6 305 

4 920 

608 

316 

1 049 



9 188 

196 

129 

50 

130 

648 

320 

258 

8 540 

7 210 

1 914 

348 
267 
207 



472 
23 881 

1 150 
28 459 

2 369 
45 711 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLET0N-0SHK0SH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 93 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Winnebago County— Con. 


Totals for split tracts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 


Appleton city (pt.), 
County 


Calumet 


Menasha city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 


Remainder of Calumet County 










Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 






Tract 203.01 


Neenah city 


Oshkosh city 


Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Tract 203.02 (pt.) 


Tract 201 


Tract 202 


(pt.) 


17 372 


44 475 


5 259 3 982 


5 259 


908 


44 


3 035 


3 006 




1) 852 


28 596 


4 145 3 068 


4 145 


771 


30 


2 175 


2 239 




68.2 


64.3 


78.8 77.0 


78.8 


84.9 


68.2 


71.7 


74.5 


_ 


11 842 


28 548 


4 145 3 068 


4 145 


771 


30 


2 175 


2 237 


. 


11 313 


27 170 


4 000 2 995 


4 000 


764 


30 


2 100 


2 154 




529 


1 378 


145 73 


145 


7 


_ 


75 


83 




4.5 


4.8 


3.5 2.4 


3.5 


.9 


_ 


3.4 


3.7 




5 520 


15 879 


1 114 914 


1 114 


137 


14 


860 


767 


._. 


160 


1 091 


- - 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


10 




607 


4 025 


224 153 


224 


23 


- 


117 


104 


- 


2 439 


6 521 


403 321 


403 


10 


_ 


437 


375 




9 152 


23 566 


2 767 1 930 


2 767 


438 


30 


1 559 


1 488 




5 276 


13 800 


1 985 1 280 


1 985 


312 


16 


959 


990 


. 


57.6 


58.6 


71.7 66.3 


71.7 


71.2 


53.3 


61.5 


66.5 


_ 


5 276 


13 800 


1 985 1 280 


1 985 


312 


16 


959 


990 




5 065 


13 157 


1 876 1 235 


1 876 


305 


16 


914 


942 




211 


643 


109 45 


109 


7 


_ 


45 


48 


_ 


4.0 


4.7 


5.5 3.5 


5.5 


2.2 


_ 


4.7 


4.8 


... 


1 587 


2 901 


655 453 


655 


139 


16 


269 


272 


_ 


994 


1 846 


389 320 


389 


82 


16 


193 


211 


_ 


1 639 


3 009 


632 377 


632 


116 


7 


328 


312 




1 257 


2 473 


556 282 


556 


95 


- 


300 


261 


- 


2 329 


4 278 


926 631 


926 


249 


18 


375 


432 




1 402 


2 585 


553 411 


553 


135 


18 


275 


344 


- 


3 967 


6 997 


1 633 1 091 


1 633 


335 


35 


828 


887 




2 818 


5 026 


1 224 768 


1 224 


236 


19 


690 


727 




1 104 


4 121 


397 257 


397 


40 


_ 


226 


254 


_ 


325 


533 


105 48 


105 


6 


_ 


74 


68 




122 


157 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


17 


12 


_ 


105 


287 


44 8 


44 


6 


_ 


14 


23 


... 


22 


175 


44 8 


44 


6 


_ 


14 


16 


_ 


19 


35 


- - 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 






64 


68 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


11 313 


27 170 


4 000 2 995 


4 000 


764 


30 


2 100 


2 154 




1 187 


2 502 


454 375 


454 


169 


_ 


163 


130 




1 441 


3 956 


460 406 


460 


168 


_ 


134 


109 




610 


778 


180 88 


180 


14 


_ 


54 


39 




1 130 


3 065 


404 266 


404 


80 


7 


157 


161 




1 799 


4 473 


653 362 


653 


84 


8 


271 


228 


_ 


15 


79 


9 6 


9 


- 


_ 


10 


5 




131 


494 


58 17 


58 


- 


- 


23 


5 




1 120 


4 042 


405 271 


405 


45 


8 


249 


229 




85 


95 


8 167 


8 


6 


_ 


128 


387 




1 221 


2 529 


443 416 


443 


97 


_ 


301 


255 




1 607 


2 960 


508 380 


508 


43 


_ 


375 


411 




506 


924 


201 114 


201 


29 


7 


105 


93 




461 


1 273 


217 127 


217 


29 


- 


130 


102 


- 


295 


779 


190 171 


190 


45 


_ 


50 


122 




4 464 


7 313 


1 483 1 048 


1 483 


243 


15 


915 


772 




540 


1 240 


179 139 


179 


33 


_ 


64 


67 




2 000 


6 646 


725 535 


725 


127 


7 


372 


329 




579 


1 198 


236 140 


236 


47 


_ 


101 


82 




433 


1 018 


172 106 


172 


20 


_ 


94 


49 




2 292 


6 881 


743 522 


743 


206 


8 


257 


262 


- 


11 313 


27 170 


4 000 2 995 


4 000 


764 


30 


2 100 


2 154 




10 011 


21 477 


3 528 2 479 


3 528 


635 


30 


1 801 


1 684 




872 


4 592 


348 242 


348 


82 


_ 


129 


124 




643 


1 955 


274 166 


274 


71 


_ 


112 


89 




414 


1 049 


124 257 


124 


47 


~ 


154 


325 


- 


12 794 


33 477 


4 304 3 189 


4 304 


787 


30 


2 317 


2 399 




10 144 


23 455 


3 212 2 549 


3 212 


640 


14 


1 792 


1 919 




8 025 


15 443 


2 650 2 151 


2 650 


553 


14 


1 257 


1 482 




863 


2 660 


272 123 


272 


26 


_ 


259 


196 




562 


1 513 


139 119 


139 


41 


_ 


130 


122 




1 350 


5 636 


709 383 


709 


95 


16 


327 


275 


- 


14 527 


36 115 


4 856 3 573 


4 856 


877 


44 


2 507 


2 570 




290 


1 008 


75 75 


75 


5 




61 


67 




152 


504 


23 20 


23 


5 


_ 


37 


26 




35 


184 


7 


7 


_ 


_ 


24 


10 




206 


764 


68 62 


68 


_ 


_ 


31 


53 




934 


2 309 


210 195 


210 


35 


7 


118 


117 




431 


1 Oil 


146 95 


146 


7 




72 


61 




430 


1 002 


55 69 


55 


19 


7 


36 


44 




13 593 


33 806 


4 646 3 378 


4 646 


842 


37 


2 389 


2 453 




11 191 


26 929 


3 999 2 885 


3 999 


743 


30 


2 026 


2 129 


- 


2 675 


7 221 


403 409 


403 


31 




528 


424 




344 


1 312 


59 21 


59 


_ 


_ 


70 


83 




267 


897 


48 18 


48 


_ 


_ 


62 


59 




182 


823 


26 7 


26 


- 


- 


41 


45 


- 


734 


1 780 


156 113 


156 


6 


7 


136 


95 




22 000 


21 672 


10 046 23 280 


10 046 


10 306 


9 276 


24 039 


19 675 




1 732 


3 421 


563 330 


563 


94 


_ 


212 


176 




37 369 


29 338 


29 672 46 292 


29 672 


69 267 


_ 


28 630 


29 665 




3 937 


7 669 


1 409 1 137 


1 409 


297 


14 


765 


830 




52 353 


43 673 


44 655 55 906 


44 655 


59 740 


45 095 


41 312 


46 711 


_ 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Gvilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean fomily income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Meon family income (dollars) 



94 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 204 



Tract 205 



Tract 206 Tract 207.98 Tract 208.98 Tract 209.' 



Totals for split trads/BNA's in Outogomie County 



Trod 106.01 


Tract 106.02 


Trad 109 


2 957 


3 095 


1 652 


2 161 


2 373 


1 088 


73.1 


76.7 


65.9 


2 161 


2 373 


1 088 


2 109 


2 291 


1 058 


52 


82 


30 


2.4 


3.5 


2.8 


796 


722 


564 


86 


18 


_ 


150 


156 


77 


278 


190 


315 


1 582 


1 571 


812 


1 034 


1 060 


490 


65.4 


67.5 


60.3 


1 034 


1 060 


490 


1 004 


1 034 


471 


30 


26 


19 


2.9 


2.5 


3.9 


237 


290 


138 


184 


182 


95 


303 


415 


127 


246 


294 


104 


356 


391 


218 


270 


248 


134 


687 


1 016 


379 


524 


687 


260 


242 


253 


102 


53 


33 


16 


7 


6 


5 


7 


13 


6 


- 


7 


6 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufaduring 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989.. 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks. 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With o mobility or self-care limitation 

With o mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



3 030 


2 421 


3 208 


3 900 


2 267 


1 718 


2 075 


2 723 


74.8 


71.0 


64.7 


69.8 


2 267 


1 716 


2 075 


2 723 


2 201 


1 620 


2 015 


2 594 


66 


96 


60 


129 


2.9 


5.6 


2.9 


4.7 


763 


703 


1 133 


1 177 


- 


- 


116 


145 


130 


94 


117 


134 


311 


357 


612 


565 


1 462 


1 152 


1 715 


1 973 


952 


726 


929 


1 234 


65.1 


63.0 


54.2 


62.5 


952 


726 


929 


1 234 


914 


688 


912 


1 150 


38 


38 


17 


84 


4.0 


5.2 


1.8 


6.8 


298 


197 


267 


291 


222 


155 


184 


219 


254 


260 


302 


388 


187 


224 


250 


334 


364 


304 


387 


411 


258 


234 


274 


306 


721 


688 


827 


964 


513 


564 


656 


756 


217 


217 


218 


310 


42 


41 


26 


59 


- 


13 


10 


30 


2 


14 


8 


25 


2 


4 


2 


3 


- 


6 


- 


2 


- 


4 


6 


20 


2 201 


1 620 


2 015 


2 594 


206 


89 


197 


159 


238 


89 


245 


184 


74 


55 


42 


74 


179 


94 


191 


184 


270 


151 


229 


332 


6 


- 


4 


- 


17 


4 


25 


8 


218 


163 


198 


273 


161 


243 


188 


127 


319 


211 


210 


412 


337 


306 


274 


553 


78 


114 


60 


101 


98 


101 


152 


187 


126 


125 


50 


94 


790 


566 


610 


1 252 


106 


68 


80 


102 


401 


270 


396 


427 


93 


55 


67 


63 


86 


41 


30 


45 


308 


196 


438 


405 


2 201 


1 620 


2 015 


2 594 


1 814 


1 281 


1 591 


2 128 


160 


93 


200 


244 


95 


76 


145 


202 


210 


223 


217 


203 


2 372 


1 810 


2 280 


2 812 


1 895 


1 428 


1 744 


2 151 


1 584 


1 109 


1 305 


1 552 


97 


144 


212 


263 


78 


62 


87 


150 


272 


214 


391 


413 


2 652 


2 001 


2 393 


3 096 


70 


54 


92 


84 


15 


12 


29 


35 


_ 


4 


11 


6 


62 


44 


81 


69 


153 


107 


159 


195 


88 


60 


93 


93 


43 


37 


46 


90 


2 499 


1 894 


2 234 


2 901 


2 112 


1 597 


1 906 


2 544 


378 


418 


699 


659 


21 


71 


156 


74 


18 


40 


81 


50 


7 


52 


106 


58 


100 


95 


135 


166 


25 039 


16 711 


19 131 


24 057 


236 


179 


208 


343 


37 141 


31 302 


39 418 


30 653 


826 


629 


789 


860 


54 710 


44 373 


43 505 


45 203 



2 109 


2 291 


1 058 


331 


420 


194 


317 


356 


183 


62 


119 


44 


245 


312 


98 


327 


339 


179 


- 


- 


11 


49 


25 


14 


266 


168 


85 


24 


10 


9 


143 


199 


104 


201 


186 


60 


62 


37 


35 


82 


120 


42 


40 


101 


60 


562 


636 


247 


83 


85 


63 


468 


499 


179 


212 


162 


115 


142 


54 


31 


472 


573 


295 


2 109 


2 291 


1 058 


1 843 


1 908 


902 


181 


284 


106 


166 


197 


68 


85 


97 


50 


2 304 


2 548 


1 158 


1 721 


1 811 


909 


1 434 


1 445 


735 


123 


138 


47 


54 


103 


63 


318 


420 


159 


2 561 


2 833 


1 288 


78 


60 


11 


42 


34 


11 


12 


17 


_ 


53 


43 


_ 


146 


180 


33 


58 


123 


11 


41 


50 


16 


2 415 


2 653 


1 255 


2 074 


2 202 


1 028 


310 


244 


364 


26 


51 


37 


22 


33 


25 


10 


29 


28 


62 


34 


140 


24 465 


22 589 


35 848 


242 


268 


187 


38 644 


39 211 


56 643 


740 


875 


346 


54 899 


51 421 


54 699 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 95 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split trocts/BNA's in Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 110 Tract 111.01 Tract 111.02 



Tract 114 Tract 115.02 



Tract 121 



Tract 124 



Tract 125 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie 
County 



Tract 101 



Troct 102 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years In families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduote 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, croft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and reol estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With o self-care limitation 

With o work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-core limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



4 606 

3 334 

72.4 

3 334 

3 222 

112 

3.4 

1 272 

70 
105 

716 

2 405 

1 472 

61.2 

1 472 

1 435 

37 

2.5 

315 

197 

284 

230 

476 

281 

602 

452 
250 

80 
32 
26 
19 



3 222 

444 
385 
127 
474 
498 

21 
333 

13 
315 
394 
108 
110 

150 
887 
199 
819 
277 
164 
567 



3 222 

2 832 
266 
169 
124 



3 463 

2 736 

2 174 

244 

229 

413 



3 761 

87 

15 

15 

79 

167 

104 

56 

3 594 

3 177 

775 

126 

112 
45 



211 
23 365 

333 
57 895 

853 
54 971 



3 226 

2 379 
73.7 
2 379 
2 277 
102 
4.3 
847 

177 

341 
1 711 

1 136 

66.4 

1 136 

1 072 

64 

5.6 

261 

161 

278 

235 

349 

201 

642 

474 
204 

26 

6 
6 



2 277 

287 
377 
187 
263 
366 
6 

59 
175 

13 
242 
158 

71 

73 

110 
537 
89 
566 
208 
116 
544 



2 277 

1 952 
188 
158 
137 



2 510 

1 935 
1 514 

232 
67 

382 



2 849 

58 
34 

37 
181 
81 
86 
2 668 
2 270 

377 

56 
34 
41 



110 
23 444 

318 
40 043 

748 
50 058 



4 123 

3 265 

79.2 

3 254 

3 127 

127 

3.9 

858 

271 

134 

129 
2 046 

1 454 

71.1 

1 454 



395 
59 
4.1 
444 
283 
374 
318 

631 

369 

986 

709 
272 

14 



3 127 

512 
389 
116 
551 
491 
7 

35 
189 

33 
381 
238 

67 
118 

187 
957 
150 
725 
272 
160 
452 



3 127 

2 756 
209 
153 
156 



437 

702 
158 
235 
116 
376 



3 689 

77 

33 

19 

52 

153 

118 

31 

3 536 

3 118 



152 

43 
31 
29 



20 

25 384 

304 

39 184 

1 105 

50 813 



3 658 

2 452 

67.0 

2 452 

2 377 

75 

3.1 

1 206 
279 
132 

416 

2 015 

1 114 

55.3 

1 114 

1 091 

23 

2.1 

314 

213 

366 

291 

514 

328 

908 
666 
252 



2 377 

404 
471 
83 
332 
385 

18 
237 

7 
172 
131 
55 
82 

84 
530 

87 
493 
281 

94 
633 



377 

045 

240 

202 

92 



2 637 

1 906 
I 506 

191 
75 

411 



2 891 

24 
9 

15 

140 

66 

57 

2 751 

2 322 



488 

44 
36 
19 



163 
21 446 

307 
39 842 

875 
53 338 



3 667 

2 775 
75.7 



763 
691 

72 
2.6 
892 

10 
127 



316 
1 898 

1 290 

68.0 

1 290 

1 261 

29 

2.2 

252 

137 

347 

289 

320 

162 

787 

596 
223 

39 
5 
6 
6 



2 691 

407 
593 
73 
449 
418 

41 

150 

5 

214 

246 

46 

49 

125 
684 
137 
588 
195 
118 
708 



2 691 

2 196 
345 
281 
145 



2 973 

2 265 

1 665 

297 

154 

387 



3 247 

46 
30 

16 

221 

103 

74 

3 026 

2 578 

398 

28 
23 
18 



4 021 

2 778 
69.1 



778 
677 
101 
3.6 
243 
118 
101 



573 
2 135 

1 330 

62.3 

1 330 

1 274 

56 

4.2 

354 

265 

449 

384 

493 

356 

1 084 

847 
268 

41 
10 
12 
3 



2 677 

209 
270 
98 
287 
492 

6 

315 

19 

381 

346 

114 
140 

149 
864 
158 
588 
169 
130 
473 



2 677 

2 355 
190 
156 
132 



2 956 

2 131 

1 594 

233 

122 

531 



3 301 

98 
22 

89 
196 
90 
85 
3 105 
2 659 



602 

78 
62 
40 



1 915 

1 306 

68.2 

1 306 

1 219 

87 

6.7 

609 

26 

365 
1 009 

578 
57.3 
578 
551 
27 
4.7 
174 
120 
152 
109 

241 



441 

275 
116 

31 
10 



1 219 

91 
71 
52 
144 
196 

20 
133 

186 
203 

76 
47 

57 
493 

51 
217 

97 

43 
192 



1 219 

1 105 
86 
72 
28 



1 339 

1 068 

796 

131 

48 

170 



1 542 

68 
10 
10 
59 
87 
53 
22 
1 455 
1 245 

373 

95 
56 
62 



5 042 

3 685 

73.1 

3 685 

3 618 

67 

1.8 

1 357 

221 

479 

2 448 

1 498 

61.2 

1 498 

1 469 

29 

1.9 

464 

263 

512 

392 

638 

377 

1 415 

993 
381 

50 
20 
13 
2 
9 
2 



3 618 

401 
505 
110 
444 
495 
4 
2 
303 
211 
494 
348 
177 
124 

301 
1 100 
180 
774 
234 
124 
563 



3 618 

2 935 
227 

171 
427 



4 510 

76 

30 

12 

65 

174 

59 

103 

4 336 

3 573 

532 

59 
55 
29 



1 081 

515 
47.6 

515 
487 
28 
5.4 
566 
122 
201 

180 
571 

248 

43.4 

248 

220 

28 

11.3 

28 

10 

21 

16 

45 

20 

75 

41 
181 



487 
22 

77 

48 
83 
7 
17 
102 
12 
42 
50 

27 

39 
82 
8 
143 
7 
21 
126 



487 

442 
17 
17 
28 



755 

512 

231 

87 

30 

115 



764 

6 
6 



67 

21 

33 

697 

479 

195 

21 

14 
14 



100 


148 


105 


168 


30 


26 301 


21 218 


17 352 


23 080 


12 491 


239 


336 


177 


411 


32 


64 104 


32 902 


27 397 


44 450 


49 170 


956 


990 


442 


1 341 


53 


70 599 


46 893 


44 853 


55 355 


25 881 



3 379 

2 320 
68.7 

2 314 

2 207 
107 
4.6 

1 059 

109 

656 
1 772 

1 075 
60.7 



075 
048 
27 
2.5 
332 
209 
231 
206 

484 

276 

692 

483 
194 
52 

10 
26 

16 

10 



2 207 


200 


277 


55 


292 


359 


6 


10 


299 


340 


195 


56 


118 


138 


596 


111 


517 


166 


114 


415 


2 207 


1 938 


183 


145 


80 


2 519 


1 944 


1 458 


215 


122 


281 


2 700 


96 


16 


6 


86 


147 


88 


37 


2 553 


2 209 


673 


121 


80 


66 


153 


24 305 


279 


30 389 


735 


41 548 



96 APPLET0N-0SHK0SH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 









Tract 106.01 


Tract 106.02 




ct 103 


Tract 104 


Tract 105 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Tract 107 


1 749 


1 393 


3 539 


2 939 


3 085 


3 528 


1 286 


939 


2 400 


2 143 


2 365 


2 435 


73.5 


67.4 


67.8 


72.9 


76.7 


69.0 


1 286 


939 


2 400 


2 143 


2 365 


2 428 


1 185 


903 


2 333 


2 091 


2 283 


2 330 


101 


36 


67 


52 


82 


98 


7.9 


3.8 


2.8 


2.4 


3.5 


4.0 


463 


454 


1 139 


796 


720 


1 093 


- 


23 


- 


86 


18 


52 


61 


49 


544 


150 


156 


80 


267 


266 


311 


278 


188 


510 


932 


767 


1 811 


1 575 


1 565 


1 874 


599 


467 


1 120 


1 027 


1 056 


1 177 


64.3 


60.9 


61.8 


65.2 


67.5 


62.8 


599 


467 


1 120 


1 027 


1 056 


1 177 


573 


462 


1 094 


997 


1 030 


1 126 


26 


5 


26 


30 


26 


51 


4.3 


1.1 


2.3 


2.9 


2.5 


4.3 


178 


116 


274 


237 


286 


304 


124 


76 


157 


184 


178 


194 


169 


102 


224 


303 


415 


303 


146 


92 


184 


246 


294 


216 


307 


225 


335 


356 


385 


451 


196 


104 


185 


270 


242 


274 


426 


255 


641 


687 


1 013 


823 


321 


208 


466 


524 


684 


515 


101 


82 


439 


242 


253 


207 


36 


14 


54 


53 


33 


23 


- 


6 


12 


7 


6 


10 


- 


8 


26 


7 


13 


3 


- 


8 


14 


- 


7 


- 





Tract 109 


Tract 110 


ct 108 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


1 304 


1 620 


2 534 


809 


1 078 


1 802 


62.0 


66.5 


71.1 


809 


1 078 


1 802 


763 


1 053 


1 755 


46 


25 


47 


5.7 


2.3 


2.6 


495 


542 


732 


102 


- 


70 


9 


77 


54 


243 


305 


386 


749 


795 


1 372 


398 


485 


822 


53.1 


61.0 


59.9 


398 


485 


822 


376 


466 


808 


22 


19 


14 


5.5 


3.9 


1.7 


100 


138 


235 


60 


95 


141 


92 


127 


197 


68 


104 


166 


127 


218 


357 


78 


134 


206 


247 


379 


436 


174 


260 


324 


48 


102 


153 


6 


16 


60 


- 


5 


25 


- 


6 


12 


- 


6 


12 



Trod 



11.01 
(pt.) 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estote 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and ever 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



2 787 

2 034 

73.0 

2 034 

1 932 

102 

5.0 

753 

161 

335 
1 490 

985 
66.1 
985 
921 
64 
6.5 
221 
127 
247 
218 

299 

163 

597 

446 
160 

17 

6 
6 



1 185 


903 


2 333 


2 091 


2 283 


2 330 


763 


1 053 


1 755 


1 932 


63 


84 


352 


325 


420 


197 


109 


194 


189 


242 


86 


145 


500 


317 


356 


358 


116 


183 


223 


343 


65 


24 


72 


62 


119 


112 


35 


39 


70 


149 


128 


64 


235 


245 


311 


327 


148 


98 


217 


254 


169 


103 


302 


327 


337 


356 


92 


179 


266 


279 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


11 


_ 


6 


8 


14 


25 


49 


25 


15 


20 


14 


13 


33 


236 


133 


286 


259 


166 


265 


79 


85 


187 


152 


18 


- 


25 


24 


10 


7 


6 


9 


13 


13 


168 


95 


244 


138 


199 


240 


34 


104 


183 


204 


163 


114 


199 


201 


186 


202 


73 


60 


279 


135 


18 


24 


56 


62 


34 


123 


24 


35 


45 


49 


63 


103 


37 


82 


120 


128 


27 


42 


70 


73 


79 


23 


85 


40 


101 


78 


47 


60 


72 


89 


299 


261 


539 


562 


631 


686 


154 


247 


552 


454 


28 


35 


78 


83 


85 


100 


31 


63 


91 


72 


378 


207 


392 


468 


498 


547 


179 


179 


417 


498 


46 


38 


104 


212 


162 


178 


61 


115 


107 


155 


88 


92 


138 


131 


54 


97 


46 


31 


89 


102 


182 


207 


867 


472 


571 


536 


180 


290 


355 


479 


1 185 


903 


2 333 


2 091 


2 283 


2 330 


763 


1 053 


1 755 


1 932 


1 117 


785 


2 050 


1 825 


1 900 


2 126 


644 


897 


1 492 


1 662 


50 


81 


195 


181 


284 


154 


87 


106 


162 


147 


28 


65 


153 


166 


197 


128 


75 


68 


80 


131 


18 


37 


88 


85 


97 


50 


32 


50 


101 


123 


1 321 


993 


2 857 


2 286 


2 540 


2 612 


866 


1 143 


1 891 


2 146 


928 


666 


2 022 


1 703 


1 805 


2 020 


676 


894 


1 434 


1 644 


659 


534 


1 252 


1 421 


1 443 


1 655 


566 


720 


1 149 


1 249 


114 


89 


231 


118 


134 


196 


44 


47 


119 


221 


67 


23 


122 


54 


103 


33 


39 


63 


117 


67 


212 


200 


433 


318 


420 


284 


64 


159 


222 


326 


1 458 


1 083 


3 166 


2 543 


2 825 


2 917 


959 


1 266 


2 035 


2 416 


60 


80 


65 


78 


60 


94 


7 


11 


25 


52 


35 


67 


35 


42 


34 


48 


- 


11 


_ 


34 


31 


47 


10 


12 


17 


9 


- 


_ 


_ 




47 


32 


35 


53 


43 


76 


7 


_ 


25 


31 


107 


93 


214 


146 


180 


206 


49 


33 


94 


165 


99 


66 


119 


58 


123 


94 


22 


11 


58 


73 


8 


14 


42 


41 


50 


101 


11 


16 


36 


86 


1 351 


990 


2 952 


2 397 


2 645 


2 711 


910 


1 233 


1 941 


2 251 


1 179 


852 


2 225 


2 056 


2 194 


2 297 


737 


1 018 


1 707 


1 933 


291 


287 


373 


310 


242 


552 


243 


354 


429 


371 


64 


56 


65 


26 


51 


88 


16 


37 


97 


50 


64 


49 


59 


22 


33 


63 


16 


25 


91 


34 


16 


41 


16 


10 


29 


47 


8 


28 


25 


35 


64 


70 


124 


62 


34 


181 


117 


135 


122 


104 


20 213 


19 049 


26 513 


24 465 


22 589 


15 401 


29 034 


36 586 


28 239 


23 578 


118 


90 


280 


242 


268 


276 


56 


182 


198 


257 


18 301 


35 293 


42 281 


38 644 


39 211 


43 205 


30 769 


57 101 


38 725 


42 748 


363 


225 


629 


734 


871 


861 


284 


341 


505 


628 


35 297 


39 434 


53 395 


55 127 


51 587 


51 021 


53 812 


54 842 


47 780 


50 389 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 97 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 
(pt.) 



Tract 1 1 2 



Tract 113 



Tract 114 
(pt.) 



Tract 115.01 



Tract 



15.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie County 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 122 



Tract 123 



1 288 

899 

69.8 

899 

857 

42 

4.7 

389 

14 

34 

174 
662 

357 
53.9 
357 
341 

16 
4.5 
138 

85 
106 

79 

226 

147 

317 

234 
59 

9 

9 
9 



857 

66 

115 

8 

70 

125 

5 

9 

109 

13 

162 

94 

18 

63 

68 
318 

21 
162 

50 

29 
134 



857 

745 
47 
41 
65 



968 

764 

600 

55 

50 

136 



1 074 

27 
5 

22 
92 
66 
21 
982 
807 

200 

49 
49 
20 



40 
30 103 

151 
24 435 

268 
43 859 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Cvilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-core limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With o mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean fomily income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



14 

14 

100.0 

14 

14 



7 

7 

100.0 

7 

7 



14 



2 369 

1 589 

67.1 

1 589 

1 489 

100 

6.3 

780 

62 

438 
1 227 

730 
59.5 
730 
678 
52 
7.1 
157 
103 
224 
185 

257 

174 

504 

381 
138 

33 
4 
4 



1 489 

179 
230 
35 
234 
248 

13 
156 
7 
127 
136 
57 
67 

61 
410 

69 
397 

86 

71 
339 



1 489 

1 252 
178 
148 
59 



1 673 



7 
62 500 



265 
952 
158 
56 
249 



1 909 

41 
16 

25 
143 
91 
24 
1 766 
1 481 

460 

91 
85 

41 



159 
22 528 

262 
53 568 

487 
52 458 



2 608 

1 818 

69.7 

1 818 

1 745 

73 

4.0 

790 

86 

441 
1 418 

832 
58.7 
832 
788 
44 
5.3 
257 
187 
271 
227 

364 

232 

545 

421 
168 

40 
5 

29 
29 



1 745 

157 
253 
48 
297 
265 

24 
220 

10 
216 
167 

58 

30 

99 
382 

82 
440 
143 
108 
396 



1 745 

1 531 
125 
98 
77 



1 903 

1 424 
1 136 

137 
70 

300 



2 089 

26 
15 

17 

133 

85 

33 

1 956 

1 655 

519 

66 
48 
45 



139 
24 509 

217 
30 153 

595 
42 217 



2 818 

1 863 

66.1 

1 863 

1 807 

56 

3.0 

955 

241 

91 

367 
1 549 

850 
54.9 
850 
835 
15 
1.8 
235 
155 
280 
226 

406 

248 

675 

505 
167 



1 807 

268 
372 
52 
268 
296 



167 
7 
147 
118 
35 
59 

54 
408 

62 
371 
223 

94 
455 



1 807 

1 567 
185 
147 

55 



1 972 

1 442 
1 142 

165 
35 

319 



2 154 

24 
9 

15 

115 

61 

49 

2 039 

1 754 

423 

33 
31 

13 



134 
20 239 

269 
39 496 

608 
50 794 



2 856 

1 841 

64.5 

1 841 

1 785 

56 

3.0 

1 015 

92 

586 
1 478 

895 
60.6 
895 
861 
34 
3.8 
167 
144 
281 
229 

303 

230 

601 

486 
169 

45 

25 

3 



1 785 

214 

241 
68 

242 

381 
5 
16 

192 

173 

189 

10 

54 

63 
434 

67 
434 
118 

69 
541 



1 785 

1 553 
161 
144 

71 



1 963 

1 465 

1 182 

96 

81 

295 



2 250 

76 

35 

7 

60 

163 

107 

56 

2 087 

1 714 

606 

32 
18 
32 



197 
21 882 

264 
40 146 

636 
50 069 



3 119 

2 317 

74.3 

2 305 

2 243 

62 

2.7 

802 

127 

264 
1 608 

1 062 

66.0 

1 062 

1 038 

24 

2.3 

229 

119 

290 

237 

285 

138 

693 

505 
210 

39 
5 
6 
6 



2 243 

395 
527 
73 
336 
346 

41 
112 
5 
173 
156 
46 
33 

109 
537 
131 
456 
161 
79 
634 



2 243 

1 832 
295 
231 
116 



2 496 

1 920 

1 399 

260 

127 

303 



2 780 

37 
21 

16 

180 

80 

65 

2 600 

2 162 



327 

28 

23 

18 



31 



23 599 
225 

64 013 
779 

72 524 



14 

14 

100.0 

14 

14 



7 

7 

100.0 

7 

7 



14 



14 



3 826 

2 629 

68.7 

2 629 

2 534 

95 

3.6 

1 197 
118 
101 

547 

2 041 

1 269 

62.2 

1 269 

1 215 

54 

4.3 

326 

243 

437 

374 

457 

330 

1 041 

810 
263 

38 
10 
12 
3 



2 534 

200 

260 

92 

279 

464 

6 
293 
16 
368 
320 
108 
128 

144 
817 
154 
542 
163 
119 
454 



534 

241 
182 
148 
111 



805 

012 
518 
212 
104 
512 



3 137 

96 
20 

87 
190 



81 
947 

517 

571 

78 
62 
40 



1 856 

1 209 

65.1 

1 209 

1 118 

91 

7.5 

647 

56 

385 
1 026 

575 

56.0 
575 
520 
55 
9.6 
186 
107 
149 
120 

337 

179 

391 

273 
128 

53 

25 

24 

5 

7 
12 



1 118 

94 
95 
29 
105 
129 

19 
190 

16 
166 
179 

34 

62 

86 
334 

34 
234 

34 

71 
235 



1 118 

924 
120 
109 
74 



1 253 

928 
673 
122 
73 
160 



1 456 

53 
22 

45 
85 
24 
61 
1 371 
1 170 



400 

100 
82 



- 


139 


132 


- 


21 682 


14 156 


- 


324 


147 


- 


32 857 


23 562 


7 


931 


376 


33 000 


47 018 


40 138 



98 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

(Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text) 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie 
County— Con. 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Remainder of Outagamie County 



Tract 106.0) 
(pt.) 



Tract 106.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 109 Tract 110 Tract 111.01 

(pt.) (pt.) 



1.01 


Tract 1 1 1 .02 


Tract 114 


Tract 115.02 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


439 


4 109 


840 


548 


345 


3 251 


589 


458 


78.6 


79.1 


70.1 


83.6 


345 


3 240 


589 


458 


345 


3 113 


570 


448 


- 


127 


19 


10 


- 


3.9 


3.2 


2.2 


94 


858 


251 


90 


- 


271 


38 


10 


16 


134 


41 


- 


6 


129 


49 


52 


221 


2 039 


466 


290 


151 


1 447 


264 


228 


68.3 


71.0 


56.7 


78.6 


151 


1 447 


264 


228 


151 


1 388 


256 


223 


- 


59 


8 


5 


- 


4.1 


3.0 


2.2 


40 


444 


79 


23 


34 


283 


58 


18 


31 


374 


86 


57 


17 


318 


65 


52 


50 


631 


108 


35 


38 


369 


80 


24 


45 


986 


233 


94 


28 


709 


161 


91 


44 


272 


85 


13 


9 


14 


- 


- 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



1 737 

1 150 

66.2 

1 150 

1 078 

72 

6.3 

587 

26 

353 
919 

506 
55.1 
506 
479 

27 
5.3 
159 
107 
137 

99 

222 

152 

400 

253 
99 

22 
10 



77 

50 
64.9 
50 
48 
2 
4.0 
27 



9 
48 

27 

56.3 

27 

25 

2 

7.4 

3 



100.0 



7 

7 

100.0 

7 

7 



10 

8 
80.0 



2 
6 

4 
66.7 

4 

4 



32 

10 

31.3 

10 

5 

5 

50.0 

22 



10 
17 

5 

29.4 

5 

5 



2 072 

1 532 

73.9 

1 532 

1 467 

65 

4.2 

540 

51 

330 
1 033 

650 

62.9 

650 

627 

23 

3.5 

80 

56 

87 

64 

119 

75 

166 

128 
97 

20 

7 
14 

7 



1 078 


48 


18 


8 


5 


1 467 


345 


3 


113 


570 


448 


83 


2 


6 


- 


- 


255 


45 




512 


136 


12 


62 


3 


- 


- 


- 


162 


34 




389 


99 


66 


42 


- 


- 


- 


5 


57 


38 




116 


31 




125 


2 


- 


1 


- 


257 


9 




544 


64 


113 


171 


2 


- 


2 


- 


232 


87 




491 


89 


72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


— 




7 


_ 


_ 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


26 




35 


_ 


_ 


122 


10 


7 


2 


- 


146 


23 




189 


70 


38 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




33 


_ 


_ 


160 


17 


5 


- 


- 


132 


38 




374 


25 


41 


185 


8 


- 


- 


- 


115 


23 




238 


13 


90 


72 


4 


- 


3 


- 


63 


22 




67 


20 




38 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 


- 




118 


23 


16 


57 


9 


- 


- 


- 


78 


21 




187 


30 


16 


425 


16 


- 


5 


- 


335 


83 




957 


122 


147 


49 


2 


- 


- 


- 


108 


17 




143 


25 


6 


187 


10 


- 


1 


- 


402 


68 




718 


122 


132 


84 


- 


- 


- 


- 


170 


53 




272 


58 


34 


28 


4 


11 


- 


- 


75 


14 




160 


_ 


39 


181 


4 


— 


2 


5 


212 


65 




452 


178 


74 


1 078 


48 


18 


8 


5 


1 467 


345 


3 


113 


570 


448 


975 


40 


18 


8 


5 


1 340 


290 


2 


742 


478 


364 


79 


3 


- 


- 


- 


104 


41 




209 


55 


50 


65 


3 


- 


- 


- 


89 


27 




153 


55 


50 


24 


5 








23 


14 




156 


37 


29 


1 185 


53 


18 


8 


15 


1 572 


364 


3 423 


665 


477 


936 


37 


18 


6 


15 


1 302 


291 


2 


688 


464 


345 


695 


25 


13 


2 


15 


1 025 


265 


2 


144 


364 


266 


113 


7 


5 


4 


- 


125 


11 




235 


26 


37 


45 


2 


- 


- 


- 


112 


- 




116 


40 


27 


160 


12 








191 


56 




376 


92 


84 


1 376 


68 


18 


8 


22 


1 726 


433 


3 


675 


737 


467 


66 


4 


- 


- 


- 


62 


6 




77 


- 


9 


8 


2 


- 


- 


- 


15 


- 




33 


_ 


9 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 


- 




19 


_ 




59 


4 


- 


- 


- 


54 


6 




52 


_ 


_ 


77 


8 


- 


- 


- 


73 


16 




146 


25 


41 


45 


2 


- 


- 


- 


46 


8 




111 


5 


23 


22 


6 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 




31 


8 


9 


1 299 


60 


18 


8 


22 


1 653 


417 


3 


529 


712 


426 


1 097 


48 


18 


8 


10 


1 470 


337 


3 


111 


568 


416 


361 


9 


_ 


2 


10 


346 


6 




152 


65 


71 


90 


5 


- 


- 


- 


29 


6 




43 


11 




51 


5 


- 


- 


- 


21 


- 




31 


5 


_ 


60 


5 


— 


— 


— 


20 


6 




29 


6 


- 


103 


6 






5 


89 


6 




20 


29 


19 


17 459 


17 383 


- 


- 


15 923 


16 684 


21 132 


25 3£ 


27 025 


37 819 


170 


4 


- 


- 


5 


135 


61 




304 


38 


14 


27 241 


12 487 


- 


- 


40 000 


86 010 


28 648 


39 


184 


42 296 


65 573 


391 


16 


6 


4 


5 


348 


120 


1 


098 


267 


177 


45 488 


40 546 


27 000 


15 288 


45 000 


65 407 


48 327 


50 739 


59 133 


62 127 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 99 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data bosed on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 6 



Tract 117 



Tract 118 



Tract 119 



Tract 120 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Tract 126 



Tract 127 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With o mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Cviiian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



2 670 

1 948 

73.0 

1 948 

1 875 

73 

3.7 

722 

98 

266 
1 361 

871 
64.0 
871 
849 
22 
2.5 
216 
143 
321 
242 

355 

230 

765 

536 
232 

38 

3 
3 



1 875 

182 
143 

65 
239 
341 

13 

7 

200 

10 
280 
229 

79 

87 

86 
638 

82 
453 
135 
108 
296 



1 875 

1 755 
54 
33 
63 



2 113 

1 445 
1 134 

166 
54 

357 



2 349 

110 

33 

12 

87 

150 

70 

75 

2 199 

1 823 

321 

62 
25 
42 



46 
19 121 

280 
36 657 

706 
49 515 



2 196 

1 425 

64.9 

1 419 

1 333 

86 

6.1 

77) 

49 

441 
1 110 

629 
56.7 
629 
593 
36 
5.7 
221 
171 
154 
120 

319 

240 

424 

357 
94 

18 
6 
6 
6 



1 333 

70 
119 

49 
155 
181 

5 

193 

16 

202 

204 

58 

81 

64 
519 

53 
350 

57 

33 
185 



1 333 

1 209 
68 
46 
56 



1 535 

1 187 

870 

77 

107 

187 



1 719 

141 
6 

135 

118 

54 

55 

1 601 

1 335 

471 

47 
19 
36 



153 
15 966 

138 
28 615 

535 
41 013 



1 767 

1 233 

69.8 

1 233 

1 198 

35 

2.8 

534 

58 

267 
887 

536 
60.4 
536 
512 
24 
4.5 
126 
63 
169 
128 

211 

109 

380 

260 
140 

25 

7 
7 



1 198 

45 
100 

51 
182 
140 

21 
157 
5 
132 
248 
45 
72 

81 
412 

18 
339 

58 

38 
132 



1 198 

1 030 
119 
100 
42 



1 317 

935 

755 

77 

37 

260 



1 477 

31 
18 

31 
74 
50 
24 
1 403 
1 160 

290 

52 
33 
31 



106 
20 234 

109 
26 631 

412 
41 991 



4 734 

3 503 
74.0 



503 
374 
129 
3.7 
231 
99 
146 



460 
2 448 



594 

65.1 

1 594 

1 543 

51 

3.2 

553 

399 

531 

432 

874 

638 

1 453 

1 066 
339 

30 
9 

11 
2 



3 374 

244 
268 
157 
432 
582 

32 
442 

24 
476 
390 
157 
170 

184 
1 188 
117 
832 
226 
105 
538 



3 374 

3 066 
197 
152 
93 



3 555 

2 706 

2 192 

236 

142 

540 



4 148 

62 
10 

57 
197 
104 
69 
3 951 
3 372 

487 

67 
54 
27 



170 

14 776 

494 

31 260 

1 121 

48 129 



1 968 

1 459 

74.1 

1 459 

1 414 

45 

3.1 

509 

90 

134 
981 

637 
64.9 
637 
607 
30 
4.7 
177 
129 
199 
159 

253 

179 

512 

402 
145 

14 
3 

1 
1 



1 414 

109 
88 
45 

140 

254 
2 
7 

145 
14 

210 

229 
69 

102 

77 
500 

60 
338 
113 

66 
197 



1 414 

1 289 
76 
55 
47 



1 583 

1 206 

988 

89 

58 

229 



1 817 

21 

21 

4 

16 

98 

50 

34 

1 719 

1 397 

151 

12 
10 
5 



47 
18 928 

181 
34 693 

534 
48 255 



195 

149 
76.4 
149 
143 
6 
4.0 
46 



26 
94 

61 
64.9 
61 
59 
2 
3.3 
28 
22 
12 
10 

36 

26 

43 

37 

5 

3 



143 

9 
10 
6 



28 



22 
3 

13 

26 
6 

12 

5 
47 

4 
46 

6 
11 
19 



143 

114 

8 

8 

21 



151 

119 
76 
21 
18 
19 



164 

2 
2 

2 
6 
2 
4 
158 
142 

31 



9 
14 051 

12 
34 122 

59 
44 925 



178 

156 
87.6 
156 
141 

15 
9.6 

22 



12 
90 

72 

80.0 

72 

72 



15 
13 

15 
10 

19 

16 

41 

22 
17 

9 



141 

8 

9 

10 

19 

25 

2 

11 

26 
18 
4 
9 

68 

2 

30 

13 
15 
11 



141 

130 
7 

7 
4 



154 

132 
101 

18 
3 

10 



166 

2 
2 
2 



156 
148 

12 

5 
5 
2 



2 
11 868 

7 

31 198 

51 

39 979 



4 951 

3 621 

73.1 

3 621 

3 556 

65 

1.8 

1 330 

218 

470 

2 393 

1 464 

61.2 

1 464 

1 437 

27 

1.8 

461 

263 

498 

378 

634 

377 

1 375 

958 
373 

48 

20 
13 
2 
9 
2 



3 556 

399 
502 
110 
442 
493 
4 
2 
286 
211 
477 
333 
173 
124 

292 
1 077 
178 
757 
234 
120 
559 



3 556 

2 881 
224 
168 
422 



891 

995 
410 
273 
140 
536 



4 428 

72 

28 

12 

61 

166 

57 

97 

4 262 

3 511 



523 

54 
50 
24 



162 

23 291 

407 

44 764 

1 318 

55 653 



4 125 

3 238 

78.5 

3 228 

3 146 

82 

2.5 

887 

136 

328 
2 023 

1 436 

71.0 

1 436 

1 407 

29 

2.0 

346 

214 

448 

368 

561 

323 

1 099 

814 
331 

43 
10 
16 
6 
4 
6 



3 146 

267 
155 
135 
348 
521 
2 
33 
258 
153 
482 
477 
155 
160 

236 
1 107 
148 
584 
186 
152 
407 



3 146 

2 715 

140 

83 

275 



3 451 



656 
110 
211 
143 
501 



3 704 

96 

28 

2 

73 

165 

100 

45 

3 539 

3 045 



411 

44 
23 
38 



111 

21 821 

229 

41 745 

1 194 

48 725 



3 606 

2 584 
71.7 



581 
435 
146 
5.7 
022 

141 



483 
1 801 

1 107 

61.5 

1 107 

1 037 

70 

6.3 

343 

214 

366 

315 

466 

284 

958 

725 
287 

78 

19 
25 
10 
10 
5 



2 435 

151 
199 

38 

213 

267 

8 

27 
330 
109 
389 
382 
116 
206 

147 
883 
120 
485 
112 
98 
336 



2 435 

2 057 
144 
120 
214 



2 769 

2 190 

1 547 

236 

142 

332 



3 047 

67 

31 

8 

50 

162 

89 

59 

2 885 

2 423 

556 

61 
57 
31 



147 

15 8)5 
298 

29 155 
901 

42 233 



100 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meonings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 128 



Tract 129 



Tract 130 



Tract 131 



Tract 132 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County 



Tract 3 



Tract 4 



Tract 9 



Troct 10 



Tract 13 






LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninsfitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninsritutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninsritutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



4 516 

3 254 

72.1 

3 247 

3 077 

170 

5.2 

1 262 

198 

555 

2 222 

1 407 

63.3 

1 407 

1 348 

59 

4.2 

417 

290 

498 

387 

622 

408 

1 323 

984 
358 

66 
13 
12 
3 
2 
7 



3 077 

186 
168 

80 

238 

438 

7 

18 
279 
309 
401 
451 
253 
249 

265 
966 
183 
579 
183 
112 
380 



3 077 

2 520 
195 
130 
322 



3 502 

2 783 

2 092 

271 

185 

447 



3 913 

78 

43 

4 

62 

253 

135 

90 

3 660 

3 071 

596 

87 
76 
46 



128 

19 821 

379 

27 869 

1 189 

46 257 



4 857 

3 627 

74.7 

3 627 

3 491 

136 

3.7 

1 230 

209 

411 

2 318 

1 511 

65.2 

1 511 

1 474 

37 

2.4 

494 

300 

508 

382 

710 

421 

1 459 

925 
419 

76 
28 
19 
11 



3 491 

307 
243 
166 
293 
448 
7 
35 
365 
266 
576 
395 
219 
171 

294 
1 070 
199 
623 
262 
150 
423 



3 491 

3 019 
220 
163 
233 



3 906 

3 004 

2 533 

195 

102 

506 



4 370 

65 

42 

8 

29 

202 

117 

66 

4 168 

3 434 

487 

53 
26 
38 



92 

18 825 

493 

36 500 

1 293 

50 370 



2 637 

1 801 

68.3 

1 801 

1 700 

101 

5.6 

836 

141 

141 

222 
1 270 

814 
64.1 
814 
795 
19 
2.3 
242 
161 
3)8 
237 

424 

266 

903 

627 
272 

39 

13 

20 

7 

4 
9 



1 700 



123 

65 

132 

242 

21 
243 
177 
214 
181 
123 

91 

132 
351 
130 
329 
48 
67 
273 



1 700 

1 337 
171 
78 
167 



007 

584 
083 
157 
124 
194 



2 252 

25 
12 

13 

161 

82 

66 

2 091 

1 705 



244 

53 
45 
34 



66 
11 955 

253 
22 993 

610 
47 396 



3 482 

2 420 
69.5 



418 
339 

79 
3.3 
062 

90 



567 
1 802 

1 091 

60.5 

1 091 

1 066 

25 

2.3 

309 

217 

330 

286 

455 

299 

978 

732 
280 

52 

4 
14 
10 



2 339 

148 
187 

47 

180 

338 

8 

16 
265 
311 
340 
206 
152 
141 

150 
527 
163 

511 

116 

42 

394 



2 339 

1 731 
249 
181 
317 



2 516 

1 902 

1 448 

227 

92 

404 



724 

67 
25 

9 
53 

170 
100 
61 
554 
219 



666 

117 
67 
87 



158 
774 
286 
194 
805 
44 943 



2 873 

2 004 

69.8 

2 002 

1 880 

122 

6.1 

869 

136 

408 
1 403 

838 
59.7 
838 
792 
46 
5.5 
251 
166 
324 
246 

348 

222 

885 

657 
253 

72 
23 
18 

4 
4 
10 



1 880 

69 

77 

24 

96 

207 

4 

7 

173 

353 

275 

302 

158 

135 

160 
602 
112 
275 
54 
53 
185 



1 880 

1 454 

80 

51 

321 



31 



2 393 

89 

38 

13 

61 

166 

94 

67 

2 227 

1 846 

478 

81 
60 
46 



84 
18 589 

252 
30 811 

710 
45 202 



3 529 

2 203 
62.4 



196 
158 
38 
1.7 
326 
164 
156 



587 
1 874 

986 
52.6 
986 
958 
28 
2.8 
220 
126 
271 
224 

300 

168 

708 
527 
178 

29 



22 
22 



158 

325 
631 
36 
273 
282 

35 
187 

150 
130 
42 
67 

41 
500 

89 
446 
167 

46 
742 



2 158 

1 620 

453 

196 

78 



2 467 

1 805 
1 352 

218 
95 

343 



2 682 

41 

27 

14 

27 

194 

113 

62 

2 488 

2 022 

676 

134 
120 

60 



150 
29 901 

345 
47 222 

724 
62 455 



2 238 

1 582 

70.7 

1 582 

1 474 

108 

6.8 

656 

57 

353 
1 178 

758 
64.3 
758 
706 

52 
6.9 
157 

96 
177 
145 

201 

112 

404 

297 
125 

33 
8 

16 
13 



1 474 

126 
153 

41 

109 

280 

5 

23 

195 

5 

205 

192 

49 

91 

45 
493 

72 
333 

51 

82 

303 



1 474 

1 176 

238 

134 

53 



1 663 

1 340 
998 
119 
108 
203 



1 836 

116 

67 

38 

82 

192 

105 

57 

1 644 

1 428 

402 

23 
23 

13 



101 
15 561 

258 
26 279 

405 
37 572 



1 901 

1 412 

74.3 

1 405 

1 340 

65 

4.6 

489 

58 

251 
1 002 

682 
68.1 
682 
654 
28 
4.1 
191 
125 
173 
161 

264 

153 

439 

317 
141 

22 

4 
18 
18 



1 340 

126 
238 
37 
156 
247 

37 
214 
6 
150 
56 
39 
34 

21 
397 

45 
279 

58 

40 
356 



1 340 

1 006 

238 

113 

96 



1 517 



1 1 



70 
865 
150 

40 
196 



1 622 

40 
40 
16 
35 
95 
46 
49 
1 527 
1 338 

272 

58 
49 
25 



46 
16 689 

153 
25 497 

478 
44 218 



2 081 

1 232 

59.2 

1 222 

1 177 

45 

3.7 

849 

122 

35 

520 
1 137 

548 
48.2 
548 
517 
31 
5.7 
124 
106 
117 



185 

156 

202 

145 
85 

53 

21 

23 

9 

7 

7 



1 177 

108 
128 
29 
160 
162 

20 
174 

105 

229 

28 

34 

14 
428 

56 
300 

41 

13 
238 



1 177 

946 
159 
88 
72 



1 286 

973 

690 
193 

29 
204 



1 381 

54 
26 

41 
147 
74 
60 
1 234 
1 112 

568 

125 

85 
81 



179 

23 811 
197 

25 687 
278 

47 213 



2 313 

1 591 

68.8 

1 591 

1 504 

87 

5.5 

722 

64 

357 

1 242 

772 

622 

772 

729 

43 

5.6 

172 

132 

179 

122 

255 

190 

407 

253 
149 

53 
16 
27 
20 



1 504 


84 


173 


40 


138 


276 


11 


34 


216 


161 


230 


40 


101 


44 


483 


79 


338 


57 


40 


340 


1 504 


1 250 


214 


121 


40 


1 722 


1 321 


1 031 


111 


50 


229 


1 918 


43 


13 


8 


35 


85 


51 


22 


1 833 


1 511 


395 


68 


47 


28 


122 


21 855 


198 


29 088 


506 


40 506 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 101 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990-Con 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 14 



Tract 15 



Tract 16 



Tract 17 



Tract 18 



Tract 19 



Tract 25 



Tract 26.01 



Tract 26.02 



Tract 28.98 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in lobor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self -care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Meon family income (dollars) 



3 194 

2 142 
67.1 

2 142 

2 029 
113 
5.3 

1 052 

16 

684 
1 692 

1 Oil 
59.8 

1 Oil 
970 
41 
4.1 
222 
163 
258 
203 

307 

220 

554 

383 
166 

32 

7 
7 



2 029 

195 
267 

54 

203 

398 

4 

29 
283 

220 

261 

39 

76 

70 
609 
152 
425 
91 
60 
432 



2 029 

1 665 

304 

136 

60 



2 229 

1 638 

1 285 

90 

62 

346 



2 440 

114 

44 

8 

100 

175 

71 

85 

2 265 

2 001 

754 

160 
78 
116 



183 
21 346 

319 
27 033 

652 
40 613 



2 556 

1 682 

65.8 

1 678 

1 596 

82 

4.9 

874 

85 

466 
1 346 

793 
58.9 
793 
737 
56 
7.1 
195 
133 
227 
213 

288 

174 

522 

424 
136 

27 
6 



1 596 

113 

137 

64 

191 

212 

15 

20 

231 

196 

256 

88 

73 

63 
559 

69 
382 

48 

95 
289 



1 596 

1 351 
170 
91 
70 



1 812 

1 459 

1 004 

178 

129 

258 



2 044 

52 

13 

6 

46 

121 

56 

56 

1 923 

1 586 

508 

104 
69 
83 



108 
18 035 

241 
23 386 

510 
45 770 



2 471 

1 080 

43.7 

1 071 

1 052 

19 

1.8 

1 391 

712 

61 

374 
963 

467 

48.5 

467 

453 

14 

3.0 

120 

82 

80 

67 

184 

118 

179 

140 
110 
50 
36 
36 
5 



1 052 

163 
123 
41 
57 
194 

17 
80 
16 
144 
93 
54 
70 

83 
340 

85 
167 

34 

26 
245 



1 052 

823 
162 
102 
67 



1 525 

1 144 

821 

86 

66 

207 



1 364 

88 

17 

12 

88 

117 

25 

77 

1 247 

1 034 

386 

249 
243 
190 



71 
13 111 

106 
33 255 

375 
46 228 



2 089 

1 158 

55.4 

1 158 

1 146 

12 

1.0 

931 

511 

31 

224 
808 

518 
64.1 
518 
518 



141 
101 
103 
74 

207 

126 

360 

226 
141 

36 

13 
13 



1 146 

78 
135 
26 
98 
179 
12 
20 
184 
12 
141 
153 
73 
35 

58 
340 

68 
269 

17 

59 
235 



1 146 

910 
138 
90 
92 



1 581 

1 213 

865 

177 

71 

248 



1 330 

75 
26 
11 
49 
68 
20 
48 
1 262 
1 114 

248 

26 

18 
18 



55 
25 071 

116 
32 253 

413 
48 192 



5 447 

4 096 

75.2 

4 096 

3 972 

124 

3.0 

1 351 

32 
190 

530 

2 759 

1 859 

67.4 

1 859 

1 787 

72 

3.9 

576 

349 

604 

495 

753 

481 

1 349 

990 
372 

54 
37 
21 



3 972 

478 
721 
107 
446 
639 

72 
458 
9 
571 
270 
106 

95 

2)2 
1 099 
191 
916 
184 
128 
1 020 



972 

025 
770 
415 
177 



4 361 

3 277 

2 487 

507 

155 

611 



807 

68 
25 

17 
51 
201 
116 
60 
606 
913 



608 

78 

51 
41 



216 
22 455 

449 

38 476 

1 499 

52 211 



2 852 

2 119 

74.3 

2 116 

1 998 

118 

5.6 

733 

55 

320 
1 390 

893 
64.2 
893 
852 
41 
4.6 
188 
124 
304 
257 

254 

152 

728 

569 
158 

23 

10 
16 
8 
6 
2 



1 998 

196 
247 

69 

212 

306 

8 

14 
155 
136 
263 
224 

75 

93 

85 
603 
135 
398 
110 

56 
361 



1 998 

1 601 
216 
111 
159 



2 312 

1 780 
1 422 

135 
96 

326 



2 457 

67 

32 

15 

39 

119 

60 

52 

2 338 

1 991 

392 

55 
40 
37 



65 
18 657 

255 
40 747 

795 
51 994 



3 072 

2 108 
68.6 



2 108 

1 978 

130 

6.2 

964 

96 

569 
1 680 

997 
59.3 
997 
920 
77 
7.7 
244 
162 
147 
131 

314 

193 

327 

270 
157 

45 

7 
14 

7 



1 978 

246 
266 
99 
244 
319 

36 
284 

38 
164 
188 

59 

35 

38 
540 

86 
513 

66 
109 
441 



1 978 

1 666 

223 

133 

89 



2 287 

1 758 

1 337 

168 

143 

285 



2 458 

39 

20 

12 

33 

153 

105 

41 

2 305 

1 964 

614 

99 
86 
52 



142 

34 141 
216 

35 736 
538 

44 181 



2 699 

2 007 

74.4 

2 007 

1 949 

58 

2.9 

692 

63 

282 
1 351 

890 
65.9 
890 
876 
14 
1.6 
195 
161 
219 
182 

299 

236 

571 

425 
154 

15 



1 949 

191 
190 
61 
201 
312 

33 
226 

254 
341 

64 
76 

63 
757 

77 
387 
153 

58 
330 



1 949 

1 761 
130 
110 
58 



2 089 

1 669 

1 351 

145 



259 



354 

64 
52 
30 
26 
168 
87 
75 
186 
857 

345 

50 
46 
23 



117 
23 799 

222 
30 737 

687 
52 485 



3 110 

2 466 

79.3 

2 460 

2 387 

73 

3.0 

644 

123 

146 

123 
1 642 

1 129 

68.8 

1 129 

1 105 

24 

2.1 

307 

240 

379 

298 

387 

314 

850 

643 
194 

41 
14 
25 
11 
6 



2 387 

182 
315 

54 

267 

404 

5 

14 

204 

9 

320 

393 

90 
130 

98 
952 
149 
404 
125 

70 
479 



2 387 

2 156 
140 
107 
86 



2 590 

1 999 
1 643 

216 
65 

334 



851 

45 

27 

6 

32 

99 

37 

55 

752 

416 



130 

27 

20 

7 



40 

8 658 

192 

32 186 

895 

48 034 



3 379 

2 240 
66.3 



240 
146 
94 
4.2 
139 

132 



566 
1 754 

990 
56.4 
990 
946 
44 
4.4 
285 
171 
271 
186 

392 

222 

697 

424 
196 

18 



2 146 


253 


128 


88 


205 


350 


17 


19 


248 


30 


303 


365 


49 


91 


113 


806 


105 


363 


120 


82 


313 


2 146 


1 878 


168 


135 


91 


2 437 


1 874 


1 487 


154 


80 


298 


2 772 


51 


35 


38 


184 


87 


73 


2 588 


2 119 


607 


117 


81 


79 


125 


16 929 


376 


25 550 


753 


45 409 



102 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 


Tract 31.98 


1 349 


1 853 


890 


1 228 


66.0 


66.3 


890 


1 228 


833 


1 142 


57 


86 


6.4 


7.0 


459 


625 


65 


55 


211 


300 


722 


952 


396 


527 


54.8 


55.4 


396 


527 


380 


490 


16 


37 


4.0 


7.0 


123 


180 


62 


103 


112 


151 


94 


96 


145 


288 


64 


138 


299 


435 


203 


278 


84 


109 


22 


43 


- 


28 


- 


27 


- 


4 



Tract 32 



Tract 34 



Tract 36 



Tract 37.01 



Tract 37.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Winnebogo 
County 



Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26 02 (pt.) 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only. 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years -. 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With o self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



833 

116 
102 
52 
83 
76 

12 
112 
13 
78 
112 
40 
37 

34 
294 

24 
136 

57 

26 
221 



833 

702 
64 
38 
67 



960 

690 

496 

76 

70 

155 



1 120 

32 

21 

9 

32 

77 

35 

32 

1 043 

843 

229 

22 
22 
11 



53 
26 957 

177 
46 700 

215 
52 076 



23 



1 142 


143 


175 


73 


89 


161 


5 


113 


10 


125 


168 


41 


39 


39 


451 


45 


203 


41 


35 


278 


1 142 


963 


69 


44 


101 


1 291 


1 047 


820 


81 


49 


96 


1 527 


18 


10 


13 


108 


57 


47 


1 419 


1 145 


326 


51 


44 


16 


80 


20 571 


168 


26 767 


384 


69 493 



1 815 

1 138 

62.7 

1 138 

1 105 

33 

2.9 

677 

72 

373 
936 

485 
51.8 
485 
485 



178 
117 
203 
141 

230 

136 

421 

303 
94 

21 
9 
9 



1 105 


137 


254 


82 


110 


195 


13 


60 


89 


111 


26 


28 


61 


350 


52 


133 


68 


38 


350 


1 105 


913 


119 


82 


73 


1 286 


1 001 


746 


137 


41 


163 


1 396 


23 


10 


23 


78 


42 


29 


1 318 


1 060 


419 


29 


14 


25 


121 


28 773 


205 


63 105 


402 


56 227 



3 400 

2 202 

64.8 

2 202 

2 115 

87 

4.0 

1 198 

79 

649 
1 790 

988 
55.2 
988 
971 
17 
1.7 
245 
138 
267 
233 

399 

236 

552 

437 
188 

88 

25 
24 
18 



2 444 

1 583 

64.8 

1 583 

1 539 

44 

2.8 

861 

159 

333 
1 283 

677 
52.8 
677 
638 
39 
5.8 
169 
100 
304 
198 

290 

165 

638 

357 
179 

16 
6 



2 115 


1 539 


105 


291 


182 


378 


134 


74 


160 


187 


352 


248 


- 


9 


32 


11 


198 


100 


19 


12 


254 


104 


405 


71 


163 


23 


HI 


31 


43 


27 


927 


510 


106 


42 


317 


277 


100 


68 


78 


69 


348 


448 


2 115 


1 539 


1 904 


1 277 


135 


209 


103 


168 


76 


53 


2 386 


1 791 


1 958 


1 284 


1 567 


962 


176 


144 


61 


75 


197 


248 


2 724 


2 047 


49 


40 


33 


30 


- 


18 


43 


16 


203 


121 


117 


42 


65 


66 


2 521 


1 926 


2 058 


1 477 


676 


397 


75 


64 


58 


47 


53 


28 


210 


67 


18 229 


113 235 


286 


236 


27 495 


68 271 


758 


642 


42 136 


76 349 



2 960 

2 235 
75.5 



231 
117 
114 
5.1 
725 

99 



292 
1 558 



039 
66.7 
039 
985 
54 
5.2 
336 
240 
249 
190 

455 

342 

674 

480 
180 

51 
26 
26 

11 
15 



2 117 

249 
235 
88 
265 
288 

34 
247 

22 
182 
349 

88 

70 

26 
828 

86 
498 

99 

79 
385 



2 117 

1 919 
167 
126 
24 



364 

878 
512 
134 
114 
234 



636 

36 

11 

5 

31 

137 

60 

58 

499 

143 

320 

27 

21 

6 



115 
17 642 

330 
31 448 

721 
45 421 



3 399 

2 589 
76.2 



589 
515 
74 
2.9 
810 

139 



268 
1 720 

1 165 
67.7 
1 1 



65 
1 126 

39 
3.3 
272 
204 
448 
368 

355 

242 

1 081 

848 
282 

50 
6 
17 
17 



2 


515 




323 




349 




144 




249 




411 




22 




218 




36 




315 




286 




85 




77 




103 




997 




139 




396 




166 




73 




496 


2 


515 


2 


183 




184 




128 




148 


2 


721 


2 


047 


1 


686 




189 




99 




442 


3 


119 




77 




28 




23 




61 




130 




117 




8 


2 


989 


2 


460 




280 




25 




25 




1) 




123 


30 


700 




233 


57 


909 


1 


023 


5? 


119 



373 

207 
55.5 
207 
191 
16 
7.7 
166 



154 
229 

110 

48.0 

110 

94 

16 

14.5 

4 

4 



191 

29 
47 
17 

15 



7 

9 

52 



66 



191 

155 
30 
19 

6 



212 

153 
1)9 



38 



213 

5 



5 

24 

17 

7 

189 

184 

160 

49 
49 
14 



40 808 
18 

31 827 
36 

38 634 



11 

5 

45.5 

5 

5 



6 
15 203 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLET0N-0SHK0SH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 103 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years ond over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 fo 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, ond other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CUSS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self -care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-core limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean fomily income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean fomily income (dollars) 



Menasha city (pt.), Winnebago County 





Tract 26.01 


Tract 26.02 




Tract 28.98 


Tract 25 (pt.) 


(pt.) 


(pt.) 


Tract 27 


(pt.) 


115 


1 016 


1 560 


2 096 


3 020 


60 


775 


1 302 


1 369 


1 984 


52.2 


76.3 


83.5 


65.3 


65.7 


60 


775 


1 296 


1 369 


1 984 


60 


764 


1 253 


1 315 


1 895 


- 


11 


43 


54 


89 


_ 


1.4 


3.3 


3.9 


4.5 


55 


241 


258 


727 


1 036 


- 


37 


70 


83 


121 


41 


114 


42 


476 


516 


65 


525 


804 


1 110 


1 580 


22 


387 


601 


654 


886 


33.8 


73.7 


74.8 


58.9 


56.1 


22 


387 


601 


654 


886 


22 


382 


589 


628 


847 


- 


5 


12 


26 


39 


_ 


1.3 


2.0 


4.0 


4.4 


15 


93 


186 


165 


259 


7 


87 


140 


124 


150 


- 


102 


187 


120 


220 


- 


96 


146 


107 


154 


13 


118 


241 


220 


354 


6 


99 


192 


143 


195 


_ 


256 


444 


377 


597 


- 


231 


325 


319 


361 


- 


78 


115 


122 


159 


- 


10 


28 


37 


10 


- 


- 


8 


13 


- 


- 


- 


12 


19 


- 


- 


- 


4 


6 
6 
7 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


60 


764 


1 253 


1 315 


1 895 


25 


83 


104 


53 


231 


- 


62 


156 


145 


102 


- 


33 


32 


32 


69 


- 


82 


169 


42 


196 


26 


73 


211 


286 


308 


- 


- 


5 


12 


17 


- 


28 


5 


40 


19 


- 


99 


122 


192 


227 

7 

287 


_ 


114 


164 


159 


9 


125 


192 


206 


315 


- 


22 


46 


58 


44 


- 


43 


47 


90 


73 


- 


12 


38 


48 


103 


25 


326 


510 


540 


730 


17 


17 


80 


75 


91 


- 


151 


236 


156 


335 


- 


43 


84 


72 


103 


5 


29 


20 


41 


82 


7 


135 


230 


244 


253 


60 


764 


1 253 


1 315 


1 895 


40 


697 


1 130 


1 128 


1 661 


15 


39 


74 


134 


147 


6 


34 


62 


103 


114 


5 


28 


49 


53 


78 



Tract 29 



Tract 30.98 
(pt.) 



78 

63 
55 



69 



69 
55 



46 



29 057 
13 

42 320 
15 

69 600 



788 

627 

538 

36 

25 

93 



891 

35 
29 
17 
14 
72 
35 
31 
819 
729 

125 

26 
22 

10 



38 
19 316 

80 

30 199 

268 

47 728 



1 386 

1 053 

865 

98 

39 

188 



1 512 

38 

27 

6 

25 

59 

18 

36 

1 453 

1 278 

42 

14 
7 

7 



25 

4 540 

90 

35 096 

467 

49 743 



1 411 

1 136 

891 

87 

61 

206 



1 593 

15 
5 
5 

15 
83 
66 
11 
1 510 
1 276 

503 

66 
52 
42 



124 
43 973 

258 
27 303 

407 
43 177 



2 186 

1 683 
1 326 

150 
71 

247 



2 463 

37 

21 

24 
170 
87 
59 
2 293 
1 863 

557 

117 
81 
79 



103 
17 091 

340 
22 602 

674 
44 912 



1 970 

1 270 

64.5 

1 264 

1 179 

85 

6.7 

700 

12 

41 



1 062 

617 
58.1 
617 
584 

33 
5.3 
200 
142 
120 

86 

282 

207 

397 

327 
98 

39 
13 
13 

7 
6 



1 179 

69 

94 

28 

105 

202 

12 

26 

160 

5 

166 

197 

71 

44 

52 
394 

76 
247 

45 

63 
200 



1 179 

1 094 
43 
30 
37 



1 304 

1 053 

749 

153 

50 

155 



1 540 

39 

26 

13 

20 

187 

79 

89 

1 353 

1 166 

412 

95 
75 
50 



121 
12 809 

192 
18 796 

323 
37 725 



1 349 

890 
66.0 
890 
833 
57 
6.4 
459 

65 

211 
722 

396 
54.8 
396 
380 

16 
4.0 
123 

62 
112 

94 

145 

64 

299 

203 
84 
22 



833 

116 
102 
52 
83 
76 

12 
112 
13 
78 
112 
40 
37 

34 
294 

24 
136 

57 

26 
221 



833 

702 
64 
38 
67 



960 

690 

496 

76 

70 

155 



1 120 

32 

21 

9 

32 

77 

35 

32 

1 043 

843 

229 

22 
22 
11 



53 
26 957 

177 
46 700 

215 
52 076 



Neenah city, Winnebago County 



Tract 31. 



(pt.) 


Tract 32 (pt.) 


1 853 


1 815 


1 228 


1 138 


66.3 


62.7 


1 228 


1 138 


1 142 


1 105 


86 


33 


7.0 


2.9 


625 


677 


55 


72 


300 


373 


952 


936 


527 


485 


55.4 


51.8 


527 


485 


490 


485 


37 


- 


7.0 


- 


180 


178 


103 


117 


151 


203 


96 


141 


288 


230 


138 


136 


435 


421 


278 


303 


109 


94 


43 


21 


28 


9 


27 


9 


4 


- 



Tract 33 



23 



1 142 

143 
175 
73 
89 
161 

5 
113 
10 
125 
168 
41 
39 

39 
451 

45 
203 

41 

35 
278 



1 142 

963 

69 
44 
101 



1 291 

1 047 

820 

81 

49 

96 



1 527 

18 

10 

13 

108 

57 

47 

1 419 

1 145 

326 

51 
44 
16 



20 571 
168 

26 767 
384 

69 493 



1 105 

137 
254 
82 
110 
195 

13 
60 



111 
26 
28 

61 
350 

52 
133 

68 

38 
350 



1 105 

913 
119 
82 
73 



1 286 

1 001 

746 

137 

41 

163 



1 396 

23 

10 

23 
78 
42 
29 
1 318 
1 060 

419 

29 
14 
25 



121 
28 773 

205 
63 105 

402 
56 227 



2 452 

1 634 
66.6 



1 628 

1 518 

110 

6.8 

818 

66 

411 
1 271 

676 
53.2 
676 
633 
43 
6.4 
221 
150 
174 
133 

334 

228 

444 

306 
155 

67 
15 



1 518 

120 
104 

65 

153 

228 

6 

24 
155 

21 
216 
268 

51 
107 

54 
643 

73 
246 

78 

77 
212 



1 518 

1 390 
90 
56 
38 



1 757 

1 431 

1 166 

80 

108 

210 



1 997 

60 

24 

5 

42 

143 

57 

80 

1 854 

1 539 





449 




83 




62 




45 




118 


18 


843 




276 


29 


557 




424 


45 


318 



104 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meonings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Neenah city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 35 Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 37.02 
(pt.) 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County 



Tract 1 



Tract 2 Tract 3 (pt.) Tract 4 (pt.) 



Tract 5 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years ond over _. 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 yeors ond over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 yeors and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 yeors in families ond 

subfomilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 yeors 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked In 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks -. 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



3 224 

2 085 

64.7 

2 085 

1 998 

87 

4.2 

1 139 

79 

605 
1 678 

918 
54.7 
918 
901 
17 
1.9 
224 
117 
267 
233 

370 

207 

552 

437 
184 

84 
21 
24 
18 



1 998 

81 
168 
126 
155 
325 

24 
193 

19 
254 
379 
163 
111 

39 
866 
106 
311 
100 

78 
319 



1 998 

1 818 
113 
86 
67 



2 269 

1 861 
1 480 

171 
61 

177 



2 592 

45 
33 

39 
191 
110 
65 
2 401 
1 948 

632 

69 
58 

47 



198 
18 427 

271 
27 232 

719 
41 851 



2 120 

1 517 

71.6 

I 517 

1 463 

54 

3.6 

603 

160 

48 

179 
1 182 

737 
62.4 
737 
7)7 
20 
2.7 
185 
118 
177 
162 

251 

150 

466 

385 
138 

33 
11 
11 



1 463 

103 

88 

76 

135 

230 

10 
229 

14 
214 
205 

79 

80 

48 
592 
103 
288 
75 
47 
241 



1 463 

1 334 
67 
45 
55 



1 585 

1 290 
1 014 

100 
92 

167 



1 767 

53 

34 

7 

27 

146 

49 

89 

1 621 

1 454 

193 

21 
21 
15 



31 

23 021 
204 

24 876 
468 

45 599 



2 159 

1 354 

62.7 

1 354 

1 316 

38 

2.8 

805 

144 

313 
1 148 

580 

50.5 

580 

547 

33 

5.7 

146 

77 

261 

167 

250 

125 

549 

293 
153 

16 
6 



1 316 

270 

333 

68 

170 

202 

9 

6 

81 

6 

70 
52 
23 
26 

6 

443 

30 

233 

62 

61 

394 



1 316 

1 090 

200 

163 

26 



1 562 

1 108 

827 

119 

70 

200 



1 782 

40 

30 

18 

16 

117 

42 

62 

1 665 

1 248 

377 

64 
47 
28 



60 
34 783 

221 
62 004 

552 
69 098 



2 886 

2 210 
76.6 



2 206 

2 092 

114 

5.2 

676 

99 

258 
1 524 

1 039 
68.2 

1 039 
985 
54 
5.2 
327 
240 
249 
190 

447 

342 

657 

480 

180 

51 

26 

26 

11 
15 



2 092 

249 
235 
88 
265 
288 

34 
247 

15 
182 
342 

88 

59 

26 
810 

86 
498 

99 

79 
385 



2 092 

1 901 
167 
126 
24 



2 332 

1 853 

1 494 

134 

114 

227 



2 603 

36 

11 

5 

31 

137 

60 

58 

2 466 

2 125 

279 

27 

21 
6 



107 
17 301 

304 
31 643 

721 
45 421 



863 

686 
79.5 
686 
679 
7 
1.0 
177 

44 



461 

314 

68.1 

314 

307 

7 

2.2 

126 

72 

157 

135 

159 

76 

443 

336 
91 

10 
6 



679 

84 
84 
32 
53 
170 

15 
42 

71 
82 
35 
11 

22 

309 
45 
88 
56 
18 

113 



679 

602 
47 

41 
30 



712 

553 

478 

41 

27 

110 



863 

15 



15 
14 
14 

849 
672 



19 
26 171 

83 

40 424 

267 

57 256 



2 457 

1 738 

70.7 

1 738 

1 585 

153 

8.8 

719 

56 

403 
1 324 

821 
62.0 
821 
736 
85 
10.4 
230 
128 
174 
147 

377 

177 

435 

313 
184 

43 
20 
20 

12 
8 



1 585 

135 
166 
54 
156 
265 

18 

203 

6 

120 

262 

84 
116 

38 
512 

84 
324 

75 
118 
332 



1 585 

1 241 
223 
122 
114 



1 873 

1 387 
987 
129 
146 
255 



2 037 

72 
38 
30 
40 
174 
111 
45 
1 863 
1 610 

420 

28 
19 
28 



102 
19 237 

234 
28 705 

519 
39 561 



2 080 

1 373 

66.0 

1 373 

1 314 

59 

4.3 

707 

91 

362 
1 154 

666 
57.7 
666 
646 

20 
3.0 
174 

89 
168 
138 

286 

137 

434 

284 
114 

19 
8 
19 
11 



1 314 

86 

226 

22 

134 

172 

9 

21 

227 

5 

143 

182 

30 

57 

54 
346 

57 
256 

86 

41 
387 



1 314 

1 042 
225 

110 
47 



1 449 

1 078 

858 

71 

72 

188 



1 691 

65 

27 

8 

58 
144 
53 
76 
1 547 
1 293 

389 

99 
85 
41 



72 
19 252 

186 
29 140 

376 
39 949 



3 427 

2 121 

61.9 

2 114 

2 076 

38 

1.8 

1 306 

164 

156 

574 

1 829 

957 

52.3 

957 

929 

28 

2.9 

213 

119 

271 

224 

294 

162 

701 

520 
178 
29 

22 
22 



2 076 

321 
606 
30 
273 
282 

35 
182 

125 
119 
36 
67 

32 
473 

89 
440 
167 

46 
713 



2 076 

1 551 

440 

196 

78 



2 385 

1 729 
1 286 

208 
95 

337 



2 593 

41 

27 

14 

27 

181 

100 

62 

2 412 

1 953 

663 

134 
120 
60 



150 
29 901 

331 
47 744 

707 
62 761 



2 238 



582 
70.7 
582 
474 
108 
6.8 
656 

57 

353 
178 

758 
64.3 
758 
706 

52 
6.9 
157 

96 
177 
145 

201 

112 

404 

297 
125 

33 

8 
16 
13 



1 474 

126 
153 

41 

109 

280 

5 

23 

195 

5 

205 

192 

49 

91 

45 
493 

72 
333 

51 

82 
303 



1 474 

1 176 

238 

134 

53 



1 663 



340 
998 
119 
108 
203 



1 836 

116 
67 
38 
82 
192 
105 
57 
1 644 
1 428 

402 

23 
23 

13 



101 

15 561 
258 

26 279 
405 

37 572 



3 670 

2 606 
71.0 

2 606 

2 501 
105 
4.0 

1 064 

342 

366 
1 846 

1 168 

63.3 

1 168 

1 132 

36 

3.1 

235 

123 

278 

222 

405 

196 

615 

441 
133 

26 



2 501 


176 


442 


68 


242 


435 


7 


73 


417 


5 


126 


246 


132 


132 


33 


552 


105 


717 


52 


82 


747 


2 501 


2 002 


435 


176 


64 


2 950 


1 928 


1 159 


321 


105 


667 


3 210 


80 


51 


10 


55 


187 


55 


113 


3 023 


2 462 


460 


68 


45 


43 


119 


18 960 


304 


23 979 


618 


38 270 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 105 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 6 



Tract 7 



Tract 8 Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



Tract 1 1 



Tract 12 Tract 13 (pt.) Tract 14 (pt.) Tract 15 (pt.) 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction : 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CUSS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With o mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



1 292 

637 
49.3 
637 
598 

39 
6.1 
655 

64 
111 

282 
702 

293 
41.7 

293 

286 
7 

2.4 
60 
33 
31 
18 

79 

43 

83 

48 
81 

15 
5 

10 
10 



598 

49 
93 
35 
86 

37 

7 

8 

130 

17 
77 
26 
33 

5 
107 
37 
184 
12 
38 
120 



598 

506 
73 
36 
19 



747 

467 

223 

40 

72 

156 



940 

72 

49 
7 

51 
193 

30 
132 
747 
601 

288 

128 
83 
99 



15 
13 476 

63 
11 600 

67 
23 121 



5 658 

2 868 

50.7 

2 859 

2 648 

211 

7.4 

2 790 

2 578 

97 

3 122 

1 688 

54.1 

1 688 

1 603 

85 
5.0 
58 
29 
68 
50 

117 

47 

138 

101 

2 006 

35 
20 
23 



2 648 

140 

381 

80 

421 

573 

4 

79 

589 

53 

69 

65 

63 

131 

36 
184 

91 
922 

76 

97 
935 



2 648 

1 839 

753 

98 

50 



5 345 

2 713 
420 
260 
202 

1 269 



5 544 

9 



9 

106 

31 

20 

5 438 

2 820 

105 

13 
5 
8 



38 

30 563 

61 

45 045 

154 

28 118 



2 675 

1 893 

70.8 

1 888 

1 811 

77 

4.1 

782 

92 

398 
1 393 

903 
64.8 
903 
863 
40 
4.4 
177 
114 
155 
134 

248 

162 

486 

340 
88 

25 

11 
11 
5 
6 



1 811 

194 
232 

63 

196 

296 

6 

45 
198 

218 
221 

61 
81 

44 
555 

45 
410 

95 

81 
449 



1 811 

1 477 

276 

124 

52 



2 020 

1 442 

1 050 

197 

112 

342 



2 183 

61 
19 

61 
147 
47 
90 
2 036 
1 769 

487 

76 
43 
58 



137 
29 994 

210 
35 665 

536 
46 650 



1 812 



! 343 

74.1 

l 336 

I 276 

60 

4.5 

469 

58 

243 
964 

664 
68.9 
664 
636 
28 
4.2 
185 
125 
167 
161 

253 

153 

416 

317 
130 

22 
4 
18 
18 



1 276 

103 
228 
37 
144 
242 

30 
214 
6 
143 
56 
39 
34 

21 
379 

45 
258 

58 

40 
338 



1 276 

974 

231 

106 

71 



1 448 



112 
816 
141 
40 
190 



1 541 

34 
34 
16 
29 
89 
46 
43 
1 452 
1 269 

264 

50 
41 
25 



46 
16 689 

146 
24 990 

451 
41 963 



2 081 

1 232 

59.2 

1 222 

1 177 

45 

3.7 

849 

122 

35 

520 
1 137 

548 
48.2 
548 
517 
31 
5.7 
124 
106 
117 



185 

156 

202 

145 
85 

53 
21 
23 

9 
7 

7 



1 177 

108 
128 
29 
160 
162 

20 
174 

105 

229 

28 

34 

14 
428 

56 
300 

41 

13 
238 



1 177 

946 
159 



72 



1 286 

973 
690 
193 
29 
204 



1 381 

54 
26 

41 
147 
74 
60 
1 234 
1 112 

568 

125 

85 
81 



179 

23 811 
197 

25 687 
278 

47 213 



3 482 

2 110 

60.6 

2 104 

2 025 

79 

3.8 

1 372 
198 
117 

807 

2 018 

1 070 

53.0 

1 070 

1 027 

43 

4.0 

213 

167 

219 

181 

293 

217 

459 

350 
203 

60 
10 
54 
44 
10 



2 025 

234 
265 
42 
235 
305 

28 

264 

6 

226 

207 

96 
117 

104 
578 

63 
474 
102 

67 
498 



2 025 

1 573 
322 
168 
124 



258 

668 
287 
197 
90 
345 



2 410 

61 

17 

56 
147 
90 
38 
2 263 
1 961 

868 

154 
109 
74 



214 
20 921 

239 
20 789 

647 
40 563 



1 711 

1 109 

64.8 

1 109 

1 056 

53 

4.8 

602 

58 

322 
860 

474 
55.1 
474 
464 

10 
2.1 
120 

89 
119 

83 

210 

147 

312 

165 
88 

14 
6 

14 
8 



1 056 

71 
51 
19 
93 

155 
11 
6 

198 
9 

140 

192 
30 
81 

51 
358 

28 
313 

47 

20 
172 



1 056 

889 
114 
49 
49 



1 247 

927 

708 
90 

41 
200 



1 358 

62 

48 

8 

21 

105 

17 

76 

1 253 

1 068 

353 

50 
36 
34 



67 
17 413 

179 
21 300 

338 
32 607 



2 313 

1 



591 

68.8 

1 591 

1 504 

87 

5.5 

722 

64 

357 
1 242 

772 

62.2 
772 
729 

43 
5.6 
172 
132 
179 
122 

255 

190 

407 

253 
149 

53 
16 
27 
20 



1 504 

84 
173 

40 
138 
276 

11 

34 
216 

161 

230 

40 

101 

44 
483 

79 
338 

57 

40 
340 



1 504 

1 250 

214 

121 

40 



1 722 

1 321 
1 031 

111 
50 

229 



1 918 

43 

13 

8 

35 

85 

51 

22 

1 833 

1 511 

395 

68 
47 
28 



122 
21 855 

198 
29 088 

506 
40 506 



3 154 

2 115 
67.1 

2 115 

2 002 
113 
5.3 

1 039 



676 
1 672 

1 000 
59.8 

1 000 
959 
41 
4.1 
220 
163 
254 
199 

305 

220 

544 

378 
159 

30 



2 002 

195 
265 

51 

200 

392 

4 

27 
277 

218 

259 
38 
76 

70 
604 
148 
421 
89 
60 
426 



2 002 

1 644 

300 

134 

58 



2 201 

1 614 

1 270 

84 

62 

346 



2 408 

114 

44 

8 

100 

173 

69 

85 

2 235 

1 976 

746 

160 

78 
116 



179 
20 908 

319 
27 033 

640 
40 287 



2 513 

1 645 

65.5 

1 641 

1 559 

82 

5.0 



79 

466 
1 328 

775 

58.4 
775 
719 
56 
7.2 
195 
133 
221 
207 

288 

174 

507 

409 
136 

27 
6 



1 559 


113 


137 


60 


186 


206 


15 


20 


223 


190 


256 


88 


65 


57 


553 


69 


374 


48 


90 


277 


1 559 


1 314 


170 


91 


70 


1 769 


1 424 


975 


178 


129 


258 


2 001 


46 


13 


6 


40 


121 


56 


56 


1 880 


1 549 


508 


104 


69 


83 


108 


18 035 


241 


23 386 


496 


46 252 



106 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

(Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.; 



Remainder of Winnebago County 



Tract 3 (pt.) 



Tract 4 (pt) 



Tract 9 (pt.: 



Tract 10 (pt.) 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



258 

223 
86.4 
223 
223 



35 



23 
132 

97 

73.5 

97 

97 



24 
19 
6 
6 

42 

30 

24 

24 
6 



647 

121 
18.7 
121 
121 



526 
511 



82 

67 

31,7 

67 

67 



15 

8 



22 



19 

19 
27 

15 
7 

7 



2 914 

2 206 
75.7 



206 
137 

69 
3.1 
708 

32 
112 



270 
1 536 

1 041 
67.8 



041 
003 
38 
3.7 
327 
173 
380 
323 

414 

252 

788 

600 
220 

32 

15 
16 



93 

83 

89.2 

83 

83 



10 



2 
47 

38 

80.9 
38 
38 



102 

82 

80.4 

82 

82 



20 



13 
45 

29 

64.4 

29 

29 



223 


121 


2 


137 


83 


82 


54 


31 




276 


6 


4 


17 


16 




372 


5 


25 


11 


- 




91 


5 


6 


12 


17 




252 


11 


_ 


27 


18 




337 


13 


- 


_ 


_ 




25 


2 


_ 


24 


17 




278 


16 


5 


23 


7 




286 


7 


25 


12 


7 




134 


14 


11 


26 


- 




54 


4 


6 


17 


8 




32 


- 


- 


23 


- 




106 


2 


9 


77 


31 




576 


24 


27 


24 


- 




132 


16 


_ 


38 


34 




498 


12 


6 


6 


- 




130 


6 


_ 


14 


9 




79 


1 


_ 


36 


31 




524 


15 


29 


223 


121 


2 


137 


83 


82 


210 


90 


1 


693 


60 


69 


7 


15 




381 


16 


13 


7 


8 




175 


12 


_ 


6 


16 




63 


3 


' 


222 


491 


2 


316 


85 


82 


165 


357 


1 


753 


57 


76 


141 


183 


1 


309 


52 


66 


6 


64 




249 


2 


10 


6 


43 




109 


2 


_ 


33 


110 




289 


15 


6 


235 


136 


2 605 


88 


89 


12 


15 




49 


2 


- 


12 


- 




17 


2 


- 


12 


- 




17 


2 


- 


12 


15 




32 


- 


- 


12 


- 




102 


4 


13 


12 


- 




62 


2 


13 


- 


- 




25 


2 


_ 


223 


136 


2 


503 


84 


76 


211 


121 


2 


137 


78 


69 


23 


_ 




277 


5 


13 


- 


- 




32 

9 

32 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 








129 


2 




_ 


- 


18 


351 


21 992 


_ 


_ 


14 




233 


8 


14 


- 


30 150 


39 


640 


27 461 


34 885 


69 


48 




785 


29 


17 


46 148 


38 577 


51 


592 


40 562 


49 694 



89 

69 
77.5 
69 
64 
5 
7.2 
20 



8 
38 

18 

47.4 

18 

18 



23 
11 



64 

23 

10 

12 
5 



18 
21 

18 



64 

32 

7 

7 

25 



69 

58 

49 

9 



81 

6 
6 

6 
6 

6 
75 
69 

8 

8 
8 



7 

36 080 

27 

81 877 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 107 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 13 (pt.) 


Tract 14 (pt.) 


Tract 15 (pt.) 


Tract 16 (pt.) 


Tract 17 (pt.) 


Tract 18 (pt.) 


Tract 19 (pt.) 




40 


43 


2 213 


1 442 


2 533 


2 759 


- 


27 


37 


857 


1 037 


1 890 


2 036 


- 


67.5 


86.0 


38.7 


71.9 


74.6 


73.8 


- 


27 


37 


848 


1 037 


1 890 


2 033 


- 


27 


37 


829 


1 025 


1 835 


1 915 


- 


- 


- 


19 


12 


55 


118 


- 


- 


- 


2.2 


1.2 


2.9 


5.8 


- 


13 


6 


1 356 


405 


643 


723 


- 


- 


- 


712 


- 


_ 




- 


3 


6 


61 


31 


78 


49 


_ 


8 


_ 


351 


224 


260 


318 


- 


20 


18 


831 


726 


1 223 


1 343 


- 


11 


18 


370 


451 


818 


855 


- 


55.0 


100.0 


44.5 


62.1 


66.9 


63.7 


- 


11 


18 


370 


451 


818 


855 


- 


11 


18 


356 


451 


784 


814 


- 


- 


- 


14 


- 


34 


41 


- 


- 


- 


3.8 


- 


4.2 


4.8 


- 


2 


- 


96 


126 


249 


186 


- 


- 


- 


63 


93 


176 


124 


- 


4 


6 


74 


95 


224 


287 


- 


4 


6 


61 


66 


172 


240 


_ 


2 


_ 


142 


185 


339 


250 


- 


- 


- 


88 


118 


229 


150 


_ 


10 


15 


155 


341 


561 


705 


- 


5 


15 


116 


207 


390 


547 


- 


7 


- 


104 


114 


152 


149 


- 


2 


- 


50 


21 


22 


21 


- 


- 


- 


36 


6 


22 


10 


- 


- 


- 


36 


6 


5 


16 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


5 


6 


— 


— 


— 


31 


- 


- 


2 


_ 


27 


37 


829 


1 025 


1 835 


1 915 


- 


- 


- 


109 


47 


202 


190 


- 


2 


- 


106 


119 


349 


242 


- 


3 


4 


30 


26 


16 


64 


- 


3 


5 


45 


81 


194 


201 


- 


6 


6 


167 


161 


302 


293 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


- 


8 


- 


2 


- 


17 


20 


47 


12 


- 


6 


8 


56 


167 


180 


139 


- 


- 


- 


16 


12 


9 


136 


- 


2 


6 


121 


134 


285 


256 


- 


2 


- 


81 


146 


136 


210 


- 


1 


- 


28 


73 


52 


71 


- 


- 


8 


53 


27 


63 


93 


- 


- 


6 


60 


58 


106 


83 


- 


5 


6 


263 


309 


523 


579 


- 


4 


- 


61 


68 


59 


119 


- 


4 


8 


129 


235 


418 


386 


- 


2 


- 


28 


17 


54 


104 


- 


- 


5 


12 


50 


49 


55 


— 


6 


12 


209 


204 


496 


346 


_ 


27 


37 


829 


1 025 


1 835 


1 915 


- 


21 


37 


613 


820 


1 332 


1 541 


- 


4 


- 


155 


123 


389 


200 


- 


2 


- 


95 


82 


240 


99 




2 




61 


76 


114 


156 




28 


43 


1 303 


1 090 


2 045 


2 227 


- 


24 


35 


979 


856 


1 524 


1 723 


- 


15 


29 


680 


682 


1 178 


1 370 


- 


6 


- 


80 


113 


258 


133 


- 


- 


- 


60 


28 


46 


94 








174 


138 


322 


311 




32 


43 


1 129 


1 194 


2 202 


2 369 


- 


- 


6 


76 


60 


19 


65 


- 


- 


- 


5 


26 


8 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


- 


13 


- 


- 


6 


76 


34 


19 


39 


- 


2 


- 


105 


68 


99 


115 


- 


2 


- 


13 


20 


54 


58 


- 


- 


- 


77 


48 


35 


50 


- 


30 


43 


1 024 


1 126 


2 103 


2 254 


- 


25 


37 


823 


993 


1 776 


1 913 


- 


8 


- 


363 


248 


331 


387 


- 


- 


- 


249 


26 


46 


55 


- 


- 


- 


243 


18 


42 


40 






" 


190 


18 


9 


37 


_ 


4 


_ 


71 


55 


87 


63 


- 


40 955 


- 


13 111 


25 071 


28 541 


18 551 


- 


- 


- 


106 


102 


216 


247 


- 


- 


- 


33 255 


32 541 


37 220 


41 177 


- 


12 


14 


306 


365 


714 


766 


- 


58 036 


28 674 


46 246 


49 456 


52 892 


52 427 



Tract 20 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 yeors and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 yeors 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With o self-core limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



108 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



4 171 

2 836 

68.0 

2 828 

2 724 

104 

3.7 

1 335 
111 
138 

603 

2 119 

1 241 

586 

1 241 

1 203 

38 

3.1 

305 

192 

422 

320 

453 

269 

991 

734 
286 

36 
8 
7 
1 



2 724 


248 


187 


67 


237 


375 


4 


73 


401 


184 


411 


297 


120 


120 


160 


762 


177 


538 


122 


101 


467 


2 724 


2 050 


387 


207 


257 


3 115 


2 292 


1 809 


215 


114 


480 


3 381 


75 


38 


2 


52 


179 


74 


86 


3 202 


2 686 


671 


108 


92 


54 


140 


20 525 


320 


27 393 


1 056 


41 411 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms ond meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 21 



Tract 22 



Tract 23 



Tract 24 


Tract 25 (pt.) 


Tract 26.01 (pt.) 


Tract 26.02 (pt.) 


Tract 28.98 (pt.) 


3 869 


2 584 


1 683 


1 539 


359 


3 045 


1 841 


1 232 


1 159 


256 


78.7 


71.2 


73.2 


75.3 


71.3 


3 041 


1 841 


1 232 


1 159 


256 


2 973 


1 727 


I 185 


1 129 


251 


68 


114 


47 


30 


5 


2.2 


6.2 


3.8 


2.6 


2.0 


824 


743 


451 


380 


103 


- 


- 


- 


123 


_ 


116 


96 


26 


76 


11 


287 


374 


168 


75 


50 


1 920 


1 386 


826 


832 


174 


1 377 


865 


503 


528 


104 


71.7 


62.4 


60.9 


63.5 


59.8 


1 377 


865 


503 


528 


104 


1 344 


804 


494 


516 


99 


33 


61 


9 


12 


5 


2.4 


7.1 


1.8 


2.3 


4.8 


403 


225 


102 


121 


26 


305 


151 


74 


100 


21 


402 


139 


117 


192 


51 


342 


123 


86 


152 


32 


569 


295 


181 


146 


38 


382 


181 


137 


122 


27 


991 


318 


315 


406 


100 


784 


261 


194 


318 


63 


181 


157 


76 


79 


37 


47 


45 


5 


13 


8 


7 


7 


_ 


6 




29 


14 


- 


13 


_ 


22 


7 


- 


7 


_ 


7 


- 


- 


6 


_ 


~ 


7 


- 


- 


- 


2 973 


1 727 


1 185 


1 129 


251 


465 


192 


108 


78 


22 


533 


219 


128 


159 


26 


105 


82 


28 


22 


19 


376 


229 


119 


98 


9 


455 

5 

38 


245 


239 


193 


42 


30 


5 


4 




182 


266 


127 


82 


21 


12 


38 


- 


9 


23 


319 


164 


140 


156 


16 


304 


175 


216 


201 


50 


99 


59 


42 


44 


5 


80 


28 


33 


83 


18 


127 


29 


51 


60 


10 


1 225 


463 


431 


442 


76 


135 


69 


60 


69 


14 


552 


469 


236 


168 


28 


187 


66 


110 


41 


17 


66 


96 


29 


45 


_ 


540 


368 


195 


249 


60 


2 973 


1 727 


1 185 


1 129 


251 


2 655 


1 471 


1 064 


1 021 


217 


177 


178 


91 


66 


21 


125 


108 


76 


45 


21 


126 


78 


30 


37 


13 


3 185 


1 997 


1 301 


1 199 


251 


2 607 


1 542 


1 042 


941 


191 


2 031 


1 163 


813 


778 


161 


209 


160 


109 


113 


4 


149 


135 


63 


26 


9 


325 


242 


166 


146 


51 


3 558 


2 176 


1 463 


1 334 


309 


73 


34 


29 


7 


14 


25 


20 


23 


_ 


14 


- 


12 


13 


_ 




56 


28 


12 


7 


14 


197 


129 


96 


40 


14 


96 


88 


52 


19 




67 


34 


44 


19 


14 


3 361 


2 047 


1 367 


1 294 


295 


2 925 


1 725 


1 128 


1 133 


256 


307 


408 


220 


82 


50 


36 


42 


24 


13 




31 


29 


24 


13 




32 


30 


13 


- 


- 


102 


116 


79 


15 


22 


25 177 


33 457 


25 955 


15 520 


16 172 


319 


185 


142 


96 


36 


55 958 


35 654 


31 040 


30 519 


53 399 


1 165 


487 


419 


428 


79 


58 050 


43 808 


55 528 


46 171 


49 650 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business and repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salary workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With o self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



2 187 


1 505 


68.8 


1 503 


1 433 


70 


4.7 


682 


67 


338 


I 071 


641 


59.9 


641 


611 


30 


4.7 


152 


117 


174 


142 


235 


172 


464 


393 


153 


51 


13 


16 


5 


4 


7 


1 433 


75 


118 


23 


101 


135 


2 


2 


153 


271 


185 


188 


79 


101 


91 


403 


84 


251 


28 


36 


207 


1 433 


1 050 


138 


93 


232 


1 617 


1 259 


931 


123 


73 


198 


1 770 


84 


36 


14 


70 


142 


78 


55 


1 628 


1 358 


415 


72 


54 


39 


83 


18 634 


215 


25 439 


504 


41 307 



4 795 

3 182 
66.4 



182 
058 
124 
3.9 
613 

160 



804 
2 408 



392 
57.8 
392 
346 
46 
3.3 
341 
232 
439 
365 

510 

327 

107 

855 
303 

54 
18 
24 
8 
2 
14 



3 058 

281 

378 

89 

282 

437 

12 

40 

353 

173 

373 

359 

151 

130 

175 
967 
168 
589 
122 
109 
583 



3 058 

2 363 
367 
209 
301 



3 476 



2 622 


2 004 


265 


155 


478 


3 922 


129 


73 


21 


98 


226 


102 


98 


3 696 


3 017 


873 


155 


118 


86 


245 


21 040 


449 


32 215 


1 130 


48 320 



2 645 

1 979 

74.8 

1 972 

1 928 

44 

2.2 

666 

79 

278 
1 304 

847 
65.0 
847 
829 
18 
2.1 
215 
144 
252 
195 

305 

194 

606 

437 
158 

22 

3 
5 
2 



1 928 


212 


219 


86 


141 


273 


3 


27 


184 


161 


243 


235 


90 


54 


103 


681 


90 


260 


92 


43 


378 


1 928 


1 531 


201 


141 


180 


2 124 


1 634 


1 309 


127 


101 


313 


2 294 


44 


18 


11 


33 


86 


58 


26 


2 208 


1 848 


344 


62 


40 


37 


82 


30 714 


202 


46 324 


757 


49 889 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 109 



Table 18. Labor Force and Disability Characteristics of Persons: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text) 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 (pt.) 



Tract 31.98 (pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 (pt.) 



Tract 37.02 (pt.) 



LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of persons 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Not in labor force 

Institutionalized persons 

Enrolled in school 

Noninstitutionalized persons 65 years and over, not 

enrolled in school 

Females 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Percent of females 16 years and over 

Civilian labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Own children under 6 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Own children 6 to 17 years in families and 

subfamilies 

All parents present in household in labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

OCCUPATION AND SELECTED INDUSTRIES 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation ond material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

Construction 

Manufacturing 

Transportation, communications, and other utilities 

Wholesale and retail trade 

Finance, insurance, and real estate 

Business ond repair services 

Professional and related services 

CLASS OF WORKER 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Private wage and salory workers 

Government workers 

Local government workers 

Self-employed workers 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

40 to 49 weeks 

27 to 39 weeks 

Usually worked 1 to 34 hours per week, 40 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-core limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 

No workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 

1 worker 

Mean family income (dollars) 

2 or more workers 

Mean family income (dollars) 



176 

117 
66.5 
117 
117 



59 



112 

70 

62.5 

70 

70 



29 

29 



12 
14 956 

15 
32 245 

39 
47 383 



285 

229 

80.4 

229 

223 

6 

2.6 

56 

15 

20 
135 

97 

71.9 
97 
91 
6 
6.2 
23 
23 
43 
31 

40 

40 

89 

64 
26 



117 


223 


24 


21 


14 


45 


8 


6 


5 


17 


27 


46 


8 


5 


5 


19 


- 


6 


- 


34 


26 


19 


- 


5 


4 


21 


61 


67 


- 


12 


6 


44 


- 


6 


- 


8 


29 


54 


117 


223 


86 


187 


22 


9 


17 


5 


9 


27 


117 


229 


97 


176 


87 


135 


5 


25 


- 


5 


20 


48 


132 


265 


4 


- 


4 


- 


12 


4 


7 


- 


- 


4 


120 


261 


110 


229 


44 


20 


6 


- 



7 
785 679 

15 
160 609 

90 
120 825 



74 

25 



25 



25 

18 



32 
25 

18 



33 



33 
18 



41 



22 212 

26 

29 165 



2 536 

1 903 
75.0 



25 


1 903 


25 


1 836 


- 


67 


- 


3.5 


49 


633 


- 


95 


34 


268 


34 


1 259 


- 


851 


- 


67.6 


- 


851 


- 


819 


- 


32 


- 


3.8 


9 


146 


- 


132 


- 


291 


- 


233 


8 


196 


- 


166 


17 


638 



512 
191 

40 

17 
17 



1 836 

239 
265 
112 
196 

241 

7 
176 
36 
244 
204 
50 
66 

81 
688 

94 
308 
110 

55 
383 



1 836 

1 581 
137 
87 
118 



2 009 

1 494 
1 208 

148 
72 

332 



2 256 

62 
28 
23 
46 
116 
103 



140 
788 

280 

25 
25 

11 



104 
527 
150 

67 584 
756 

59 777 



31 



110 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text, for definitions of terms ond meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Calumet County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



Outagamie County 



Appleton city 
Total (pt.) Kaukouna city 



Winnebago County 



Appleton city 
Totol (pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000— 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999... 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years ond over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over '. 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



115 895 

2 992 

9 465 

9 629 

20 735 

21 575 
26 760 
17 401 

4 440 

2 898 

31 954 

36 852 
83 410 

37 202 

113 573 

22 384 
59.1 

29 004 

109 058 

9 548 

32.6 

17 272 

13 698 



115 895 

95 304 

37 130 

30 061 

8 189 

5 738 
4 017 

15 981 

6 759 



42 463 

41 855 

43 088 

45 316 

46 175 

44 480 

22 425 

17 194 
30 969 



11 811 

262 

841 

840 

1 935 



2 260 

3 247 
1 738 

447 

241 

34 050 

37 184 

9 326 

37 555 

12 055 

22 985 

63.5 

28 071 

11 067 
9 768 

34.5 
16 975 

12 904 



11 811 

9 937 

37 299 

2 932 

8 022 

511 

4 Oil 
1 231 

5 505 



41 074 

41 080 

41 067 

43 237 

44 125 

42 167 

22 067 

16 600 
30 810 



83 410 


9 326 


69 416 


8 001 


43 186 


5 195 


18 131 


2 046 


71 726 


8 169 


60 333 


7 107 


35 931 


4 512 


15 749 


1 865 


8 682 


772 


6 558 


583 


5 665 


498 


1 841 


152 


43 530 


3 119 


32 485 


2 485 


12 100 


1 080 


305 398 


33 952 


83 559 


10 437 


83 311 


10 405 


59 401 


7 580 


35 201 


3 540 


14 825 


1 407 


4 060 


386 


4.9 


4.1 


2 420 


218 


3 319 


303 


1 840 


146 


1 871 


198 


1 063 


117 


1 240 


123 


762 


66 


2 025 


170 


1 222 


95 


1 944 


168 


1 010 


78 


8 181 


407 


4 292 


259 


1 758 


161 


21 975 


1 654 


7.2 


4.9 


7 448 


650 


7 229 


620 


4 583 


404 


2 574 


268 


1 495 


143 


7 461 


562 


31 875 


2 575 


68 616 


6 596 



3 108 

88 
170 
172 
391 
623 
934 
557 
133 

40 

37 022 

38 885 
2 525 

40 757 

2 924 

27 392 

72.7 

32 384 

2 782 

10 947 

38.7 

20 289 

13 314 



3 108 

2 823 
39 588 

407 

7 213 

94 

3 541 
209 

4 642 



41 785 

42 060 
41 293 
45 737 

47 268 

43 119 

19 104 

15 307 
31 214 



2 525 

2 298 

1 620 
634 

2 128 
1 982 

1 343 
580 
310 
251 
236 

54 

759 

583 
135 

9 057 

3 143 
3 143 

2 221 
434 
141 



144 

5.7 
63 
111 
46 
50 
17 
17 
9 

85 
46 
85 
37 

75 

43 
13 

442 

4.9 
175 
175 
104 
62 
25 

211 
619 

1 372 



36 250 

33 155 

21 

36 250 

14 

37 500 
100.0 

37 500 

23 

8 750 



7 354 



21 

14 
45 000 



7 
5 844 



33 155 

32 233 
35 000 
45 095 

55 190 
35 000 

9 276 

9 276 



7 

33.3 



23 

23.7 
16 
16 
16 



50 615 

1 184 
3 699 
3 777 

8 438 

9 303 

12 323 

8 584 
1 963 
1 344 

33 770 
38 245 

37 454 

38 286 

50 023 
23 845 
61.3 
30 171 
47 351 

9 697 
32.9 

17 578 

13 893 



50 615 

42 114 
38 660 
12 654 
8 244 
2 333 
4 008 
6 539 
6 786 



43 522 

43 507 

43 539 

46 077 

47 351 

44 731 

24 456 

18 831 
33 551 



37 454 

31 383 
19 975 

8 461 

32 541 

27 581 
16 919 



453 
619 

761 
376 
772 



17 072 

13 161 

4 757 

137 496 

39 644 

39 574 

28 212 

14 572 

5 996 



1 715 

4.6 
968 

1 363 
776 
871 
488 
572 
316 
772 
423 
728 
434 

2 441 

1 487 
722 

8 528 

6.2 

3 252 
3 191 

2 055 

1 128 
647 

2 774 

12 589 
27 717 



21 533 

555 
1 726 
1 758 
3 769 



3 932 

4 832 
3 353 

887 
721 
32 375 
38 441 
14 769 
38 250 

19 935 
23 475 

58.3 
30 114 

20 250 
10 331 

32.3 
18 491 

14 921 



21 533 

17 326 
38 774 
5 750 
8 589 
1 164 
4 356 
3 277 
7 407 



45 233 

45 784 
44 665 
48 801 

51 301 

46 397 

24 392 

19 603 
32 565 



14 769 

12 005 

7 661 
3 219 

12 486 
10 298 
6 204 
2 792 
1 843 
1 382 

1 235 
346 

8 618 

6 764 

2 405 

54 225 

14 689 
14 664 
10 321 
6 655 
2 897 



730 

4.9 
368 
612 
351 
355 
182 
267 
158 
365 
176 
335 
189 

1 140 

739 
340 

3 844 

7.1 
1 546 
1 521 
963 
484 
278 

1 351 
5 624 
11 242 



4 394 

96 

457 

388 

839 

811 

1 078 

596 

73 

56 

30 743 

32 414 

3 198 
35 265 

4 041 
22 880 

59.3 

30 488 

4 171 

8 840 

26.8 

15 740 

11 954 



37 375 

36 997 

37 810 

40 085 

41 276 

38 790 

20 691 

15 279 

33 143 



3 198 

2 532 

1 768 
767 

2 654 

2 147 
1 400 

626 
340 
244 
257 
89 

1 503 

1 196 
586 

11 784 

3 427 
3 427 

2 396 
1 541 

659 



192 

6.0 
107 
156 
78 
71 
26 
42 
25 
94 
63 
92 
47 

258 

122 
65 

904 

7.7 
319 
319 
219 
112 



239 

1 252 

2 741 



53 469 

1 546 

4 925 

5 012 
10 362 
10 012 



190 
079 
030 
313 



30 007 

35 461 

36 630 
35 821 

51 495 
21 165 

56.0 

27 814 

50 640 

9 367 

31.9 
17 094 

13 696 



53 469 

43 253 
35 603 
14 475 
8 175 
2 894 
4 026 
8 211 
6 926 



41 735 

40 243 

43 112 
45 067 

45 436 

44 754 

20 776 

15 930 
28 791 



36 630 

30 032 
18 016 

7 624 

31 016 
25 645 
14 500 

6 431 
4 291 
3 214 
2 791 
917 

23 339 

16 839 

6 263 

133 950 

33 478 

33 332 

23 609 

17 089 

7 422 



1 959 

5.3 

1 234 

1 653 

918 

802 

458 

545 

380 

1 083 

704 

1 048 
498 

5 333 

2 546 
875 

11 793 

8.8 

3 546 
3 418 
2 124 
1 178 

705 



4 125 
16 711 
34 303 



274 

21 
10 
32 
58 
46 
72 
23 
12 

29 605 

30 561 

78 
29 808 

149 

26 187 

55.7 

28 194 

222 

13 684 

16.2 

20 192 

20 898 



274 

148 

27 938 

149 

8 099 

10 

15 475 

49 

9 166 



35 762 

27 671 
37 689 
40 613 

39 500 

40 782 

15 413 

7 049 
18 201 



78 

49 

15 

4 

53 

41 
7 

16 

4 
4 
4 

236 

196 
120 

399 

15 

15 

9 

166 

149 



4 

5.1 
4 
4 
4 



4 

4 
4 
4 

37 

21 
6 

47 

1.8 
6 
6 

6 
6 



6 014 

218 

635 

614 

1 291 

1 096 

1 289 

602 

171 

98 

27 264 

32 127 
3 991 

33 040 

5 086 

21 842 

60.0 

29 513 

5 275 

10 036 

35.5 

17 466 

13 074 



6 014 

4 782 
32 914 



668 
914 
455 
880 
924 
000 



38 158 

35 282 

41 124 

42 559 

41 936 

43 133 

19 656 

13 543 
29 574 



3 991 

3 172 

2 084 

1 009 

3 134 

2 507 
1 528 

755 
632 
472 
423 
205 



24 
47 
61 



2 577 

2 023 
759 

14 572 

3 760 
3 748 
2 605 
1 9)4 

843 



310 

7.8 

190 

269 

161 

102 

44 

74 

47 

197 

135 

184 

109 

441 

236 

107 

1 445 

9.9 
561 
549 
375 
158 
110 

449 
1 898 
3 911 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 111 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Winnebago County— Con. 



Neenah city Oshkosh city 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 



Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 



Appleton city (pt.) 
County 



Calumet 



Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 
(pt.) (pt.) 



Menasha city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 



Tract 203.02 (pt.) 



Remainder of Calumet County 



Tract 201 



Tract 202 



Tract 203.01 
(pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income .. 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers _. 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 1 5 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 



Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) ._ 
With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 
With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 



MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 



Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 



Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present . 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 



Persons 

Percent below poverty level. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years . 
Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over . 



9 103 

212 
726 

719 
1 731 

1 612 

2 057 
1 322 

444 

280 

32 285 

38 339 

6 403 

38 123 

8 122 

24 994 

62.4 

30 536 

8 017 

10 775 

36.9 

17 642 

15 074 



9 103 

7 372 
39 273 

2 370 

8 380 
508 

3 507 
1 639 
7 272 



44 820 

44 689 
44 964 
48 416 

50 607 
46 235 

21 000 

16 428 
31 567 



Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 

112 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



21 054 

714 



2 658 

2 387 
4 690 
4 201 

3 638 
1 935 

531 
300 
25 168 
29 968 
12 870 
31 773 

20 281 
16 818 

47.6 
24 766 

21 502 
7 874 

26.9 
16 485 

11 843 



21 054 

16 420 
30 155 
6 182 
8 140 
1 346 
4 176 
3 301 
6 520 



36 819 

34 928 
38 505 
40 474 

40 832 
40 201 

19 490 

16 448 
25 628 



6 403 


12 870 


5 282 


10 206 


3 409 


6 228 


1 442 


2 674 


5 440 


10 411 


4 540 


8 251 


2 752 


4 609 


1 208 


2 165 


702 


2 022 


506 


1 556 


503 


1 389 


157 


410 


3 456 


11 875 


2 700 


8 184 


927 


2 902 


3 022 


50 071 


6 337 


11 455 


6 309 


11 381 


4 465 


7 832 


2 675 


7 221 


1 167 


3 332 


275 


861 


4.3 


6.7 


156 


545 


254 


753 


155 


405 


74 


308 


46 


181 


53 


219 


42 


170 


180 


526 


89 


337 


180 


514 


101 


215 


473 


3 506 


266 


1 591 


100 


341 


1 373 


6 325 


6.0 


12.6 


554 


1 604 


533 


1 537 


314 


917 


120 


425 


58 


294 


427 


2 237 


2 025 


9 019 


4 775 


16 657 



2 644 

81 
160 
151 
381 
564 
810 
417 
69 
11 

34 786 

35 828 
2 128 

37 642 

2 457 

26 443 

71.6 

31 788 

2 422 

10 214 

36.7 

19 771 

12 461 



2 644 

2 375 
36 611 

381 

7 086 

94 

3 541 
209 

4 642 



38 154 

37 281 

39 671 
42 070 

42 505 
41 366 

19 104 

15 307 
31 214 



2 128 

1 907 
1 351 
513 
1 750 
1 610 

1 082 
459 
310 
251 
236 

54 

685 

516 

104 

7 605 

2 559 
2 559 
1 846 

403 
141 



144 

6.8 
63 
111 
46 
50 
17 
17 
9 
85 
46 
85 
37 

68 

36 
13 

435 

5.7 
175 
175 
104 
62 
25 

211 

588 

1 341 



1 866 

29 

52 

119 

176 

312 

523 

403 

167 

85 

41 726 

48 151 

1 580 
43 973 

2 018 
27 729 

71.7 

31 826 

1 621 

12 367 

43.5 
18 661 

16 131 



1 866 

1 677 

46 661 

319 

8 113 

53 

5 169 
163 

6 831 



51 565 

53 237 

49 675 
53 053 

55 189 

50 625 

28 658 

21 800 
36 698 



1 580 

1 392 

857 

377 

1 470 

1 306 

798 

366 

63 

41 

36 

9 

344 

286 
97 

5 553 

1 724 

1 723 

1 198 

409 

119 



42 
2.7 
23 
36 
29 
35 
23 
29 
29 
7 



38 

30 

16 

213 

3.8 
96 
95 

57 
25 

5 

38 
262 
680 



2 644 

81 
160 
151 
381 
564 
810 
417 
69 
11 

34 786 

35 828 
2 128 

37 642 

2 457 

26 443 

71.6 

31 788 

2 422 

10 214 

36.7 

19 771 

12 461 



2 644 

2 375 
36 611 

381 

7 086 

94 

3 541 
209 

4 642 



38 154 

37 281 

39 671 
42 070 

42 505 
41 366 

19 104 

15 307 
31 214 



2 128 

1 907 
1 351 
513 
1 750 
1 610 

1 082 
459 
310 
251 
236 

54 

685 

516 
104 

7 605 

2 559 
2 559 
1 846 

403 
141 



144 

6.8 
63 

111 
46 
50 
17 
17 
9 
85 
46 
85 
37 

68 

36 
13 

435 

5.7 
175 
175 
104 
62 
25 

211 

588 

1 341 



464 

7 

10 
21 
10 
59 
124 
140 
64 
29 

50 087 
56 303 

397 

51 397 

467 
33 208 

78.4 
36 296 

360 

16 364 
51.9 

21 370 

17 795 



464 

448 

55 370 

26 

9 075 



61 249 

66 060 
51 137 

62 715 

67 012 
53 129 



397 

391 
269 
121 
378 
372 
261 
121 



74 

67 

31 

1 452 

584 

584 

375 

31 



36 250 

33 155 

21 

36 250 

14 

37 500 
100.0 

37 500 

23 

8 750 



7 354 



21 

14 
45 000 



7 
5 844 



33 155 

32 233 
35 000 
45 095 

55 190 
35 000 

9 276 

9 276 



7 

33.3 



23 

23.7 
16 
16 
16 



1 461 

31 

106 

149 

292 

286 

373 

169 

38 

17 

29 844 

32 849 

1 113 

35 082 

1 488 

21 304 

57.8 

25 735 

1 369 

8 791 

28.9 

15 723 

II 713 



1 461 

1 177 

32 832 

434 

7 768 

51 

6 174 

146 

5 649 



36 786 

37 846 

35 577 

38 331 

39 884 

36 509 

21 259 

16 613 
27 763 



1 113 

943 

611 

237 

967 

822 

528 

199 

84 

64 

57 

29 

418 

348 
201 

4 127 

1 205 

1 205 

880 

528 

227 



35 

3.1 
27 
26 
19 
15 
13 
8 
6 
18 
12 
18 
13 

57 

47 
36 

171 

4.1 
60 
60 
30 
38 
23 

45 
263 
957 



1 376 

30 

115 

98 

224 

307 

348 

170 

44 

40 

32 871 

37 110 

1 101 

35 341 

1 513 

20 881 

62.3 

24 842 

1 331 

8 817 

39.6 

15 197 

12 158 



1 376 

1 151 
36 801 

368 

7 136 

67 

2 988 
113 

4 012 



41 654 

39 226 
44 529 
43 404 

41 070 
46 268 

26 318 

23 267 

30 037 



1 101 

970 

612 

251 

973 

864 

547 

223 

71 

57 

43 

19 

334 

275 

126 

4 183 

1 329 

1 327 

959 

424 

178 



34 

3.1 

30 

31 

10 

25 

21 

22 

4 

9 

9 

9 

6 

53 

44 
32 

205 

4.9 



71 
35 
22 

47 
363 
932 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 








(pt.) 


Tract 204 


Tract 205 


Tract 206 


1 381 


1 119 


1 577 


1 768 


22 


37 


32 


22 


35 


91 


157 


160 


98 


75 


108 


140 


166 


203 


364 


295 


253 


226 


248 


317 


392 


284 


429 


480 


256 


140 


158 


281 


103 


45 


30 


54 


56 


18 


51 


19 


39 432 


31 676 


29 560 


33 512 


45 640 


35 012 


34 761 


34 811 


1 162 


903 


1 132 


1 369 


4! 424 


35 669 


35 942 


37 031 


1 537 


1 231 


1 495 


1 853 


26 261 


20 398 


20 706 


22 691 


69.4 


58.6 


55.8 


59.0 


30 691 


25 554 


26 045 


26 639 


1 238 


973 


1 566 


1 785 


11 429 


9 961 


9 810 


8 439 


41.8 


38.6 


30.1 


25.5 


16 898 


17 197 


16 107 


16 458 


15 741 


11 830 


12 853 


12 374 


1 381 


1 119 


1 577 


1 768 


1 215 


919 


1 190 


1 448 


43 469 


35 368 


35 946 


33 949 


293 


340 


551 


539 


8 027 


7 908 


8 150 


9 383 


46 


47 


88 


111 


5 067 


4 407 


3 043 


4 080 


163 


129 


226 


245 


6 831 


5 292 


6 045 


5 576 


48 589 


38 872 


39 847 


38 993 


47 552 


41 212 


43 389 


36 006 


49 536 


36 420 


36 032 


41 942 


49 768 


39 497 


41 899 


40 366 


49 186 


42 123 


45 897 


38 660 


50 299 


36 490 


37 476 


41 976 


31 081 


29 432 


19 009 


23 780 


25 047 


19 557 


15 075 


14 678 


36 698 


34 370 


21 863 


37 020 


1 162 


903 


1 132 


1 369 


987 


765 


942 


1 082 


567 


475 


593 


696 


242 


176 


249 


243 


1 078 


828 


1 on 


1 170 


920 


706 


844 


955 


523 


446 


533 


578 


231 


170 


237 


211 


56 


48 


88 


108 


41 


38 


70 


62 


29 


23 


37 


66 


9 


4 


9 


28 


270 


269 


537 


532 


219 


216 


445 


399 


66 


111 


269 


172 


4 004 


3 296 


4 211 


4 977 


1 087 


1 009 


1 214 


1 397 


1 086 


1 002 


1 214 


1 375 


788 


754 


901 


1 042 


378 


418 


699 


659 


119 


147 


326 


269 


35 


47 


25 


59 


3.0 


5.2 


2.2 


4.3 


23 


29 


9 


37 


29 


27 


14 


58 


29 


12 


8 


22 


35 


33 


21 


19 


23 


19 


8 


16 


29 


19 


10 


18 


29 


10 


5 


3 


_ 


10 


3 


38 


_ 


8 


1 


19 


_ 


8 


3 


38 


- 


2 


3 


17 


31 


54 


49 


88 


23 


32 


42 


28 


16 


22 


34 


8 


183 


217 


135 


278 


4.6 


6.6 


3.2 


5.6 


80 


69 


33 


131 


79 


64 


33 


109 


41 


44 


17 


81 


25 


41 


56 


11 


5 


30 


32 


6 


38 


93 


51 


77 


208 


327 


340 


432 


626 


709 


979 


998 



Tract 208.98 Tract 209.98 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 



Tract 109 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more -- 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars)- 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over ' 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



1 445 

18 

62 

89 

281 

291 

298 

237 

90 

79 

34 358 

42 507 

1 044 

40 488 

1 376 

24 828 

66.9 

31 030 

1 375 

11 028 

37.3 

18 809 

16 006 



1 445 

1 266 

41 433 

296 

8 348 

71 

3 591 

156 

9 285 



49 324 

50 338 
48 211 
53 707 

56 703 
50 710 

21 921 

21 417 
23 062 



1 044 

908 

552 

234 

896 

793 

454 

199 

124 

97 

86 

23 

504 

401 

114 

3 759 

1 043 

1 043 

745 

310 

89 



13 

1.2 
6 

13 
6 



13 

6 
13 
6 

46 

35 

7 

80 

2.1 
21 
21 

16 

7 
7 

4 
119 
392 



1 401 

8 

58 

30 

163 

238 

417 

361 

84 

42 

41 810 

45 039 

1 177 

43 944 

1 505 

29 367 

64.4 

34 578 

1 371 

9 966 

34.6 

19 182 

14 550 



1 401 

1 308 

43 354 

227 

7 530 

29 

5 445 

131 

9 824 



47 808 

49 086 
45 946 

50 210 

51 528 

48 286 

19 128 

21 162 

16 444 



1 177 

1 073 

711 

272 

1 085 

1 004 

652 

251 

58 

48 

33 

12 

305 

224 

71 

4 349 

1 418 

1 418 

1 062 

244 

74 



14 

1.2 
14 
14 
2 
8 



31 

12 
9 

85 

2.0 
32 
32 

30 

9 



59 

215 
470 





19 




42 




33 




136 




104 




238 




194 




68 




49 


40 653 


46 033 




673 


43 


494 




840 


27 


182 




56.8 


32 


299 




704 


13 


730 




36.6 


19 


830 


16 


052 




883 




664 


45 


545 




268 


11 


016 




17 


3 


787 




179 


9 


129 


51 


318 


51 


495 


51 


188 


53 


777 


56 


698 


51 


872 


27 592 


22 090 


38 


597 



673 

485 

291 

127 

608 

434 

240 

109 

60 

46 

46 

18 

260 

210 

80 

2 212 

616 
616 
431 

364 
139 



29 

4.3 

18 

29 

23 

5 

5 

5 

24 

18 
24 
18 

20 

13 
8 

153 

6.9 
98 
98 
53 



68 
182 
314 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 113 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totols for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County— Con, 



Tract 110 Tract 111.01 Tract 111.02 



Tract 114 Tract 115.02 



Tract 121 



Tract 124 



Tract 125 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie 
County 



Tract 101 



Tract 102 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 - 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 — 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



2 571 


1 706 


102 


47 


208 


99 


217 


109 


541 


301 


558 


326 


426 


367 


330 


363 


97 


41 


92 


53 


29 324 


33 918 


38 469 


38 947 


1 397 


1 176 


34 852 


40 500 


2 168 


1 508 


22 944 


25 640 


63.4 


62.3 


26 645 


29 891 


2 213 


1 544 


12 349 


12 276 


36.1 


37.2 


17 724 


18 902 


17 861 


16 017 


2 571 


1 706 


2 068 


1 442 


40 731 


37 187 


635 


363 


9 264 


7 308 


103 


94 


3 032 


3 861 


309 


171 


6 144 


9 902 


50 894 


44 861 


45 865 


39 976 


54 838 


49 533 


56 061 


48 805 


54 088 


46 361 


57 387 


50 857 


23 134 


27 304 


18 530 


19 539 


31 965 


43 441 



1 914 

31 

70 

79 

217 

311 

560 

525 

76 

45 

41 186 

43 141 

1 429 
45 572 

2 051 
28 307 

72.9 

31 842 

1 830 

9 731 

36.2 

17 608 

14 712 



1 914 

1 841 
41 989 

194 

7 594 

23 

2 720 

60 
7 130 



47 983 

48 077 
47 843 
50 139 

49 897 

50 524 

25 952 

19 458 
30 693 



1 670 

16 

40 

99 

293 

280 

392 

403 

98 

49 

37 905 

43 954 

1 345 

41 250 

1 619 

28 799 

62.8 

33 399 

1 786 

10 281 

27.4 

19 324 

15 418 



1 670 

1 408 

42 646 

436 

9 002 

51 

3 789 

347 

6 894 



46 393 

44 232 
48 717 

47 403 

47 528 
47 274 

40 639 

23 443 
60 826 



1 840 

12 

119 

98 

237 

309 

314 

422 

142 

187 

42 192 

55 125 

1 295 

51 374 

1 754 

29 304 

64.8 

36 314 

1 716 

11 168 

30.8 

19 409 

21 841 



1 840 

1 640 

52 236 

351 

8 584 

88 

3 835 

205 

10 074 



65 980 

78 542 
55 100 
71 190 

85 673 
58 568 

24 257 

19 933 
28 748 



1 845 

17 

141 

106 

310 

322 

568 

313 

34 

34 

35 571 

37 008 
1 474 

38 169 

1 870 

26 094 

58.0 

31 871 

1 918 

8 519 

26.6 

16 133 

12 704 



1 845 

1 494 

38 162 

506 

8 453 

81 

3 133 

267 

6 622 



41 126 

40 165 

42 286 

42 853 

43 200 
42 463 

26 065 

19 077 
47 262 



967 

13 

77 

69 

245 

147 

242 

151 

21 

2 

30 825 

32 673 

724 

35 329 

897 
22 407 

59.9 
30 659 

877 

11 723 
29.5 

16 321 

12 382 



967 

719 

35 561 

336 

8 284 

23 

3 957 
221 

4 256 



36 597 

35 893 

37 186 

39 091 

40 067 

38 318 

20 495 

13 706 
28 355 



2 316 

28 

59 

79 

328 

305 

649 

615 

154 

99 

41 955 

47 023 

1 920 
45 053 

2 580 
27 345 

65.4 

32 835 

2 097 

10 292 

35.4 
21 250 

15 778 



2 316 

2 035 
46 038 

489 

8 153 

57 

3 683 
223 

7 316 



50 196 

52 193 
48 021 

51 356 

53 616 
48 911 

26 344 

23 399 
31 967 



462 

41 
137 
98 
54 
71 
32 
21 



12 103 

19 098 

115 

21 875 

492 

9 010 

31.1 

18 125 

519 

6 124 

15.0 

17 917 

9 169 



462 

277 

22 361 

187 

7 211 

68 

2 559 

47 

4 592 



28 868 

20 605 

33 989 

34 645 

21 845 
42 837 

14 514 

17 300 
12 922 



1 864 


84 


165 


143 


416 


351 


470 


179 


50 


6 


28 840 


31 024 


1 167 


34 595 


1 599 


21 610 


54.5 


26 599 


1 638 


10 208 


35.8 


19 364 


12 840 


1 864 


1 418 


32 754 


593 


8 400 


126 


3 487 


310 


5 133 


36 620 


37 097 


36 122 


39 963 


42 495 


37 546 


24 748 


18 601 


32 622 



1 397 


1 176 


1 429 


1 345 


1 295 


1 474 


724 


1 920 


115 


1 167 


1 140 


1 022 


1 357 


1 137 


1 145 


1 200 


574 


1 662 


74 


908 


627 


589 


876 


719 


601 


818 


349 


1 010 


44 


623 


287 


242 


403 


279 


197 


311 


157 


436 


28 


328 


1 157 


940 


1 286 


1 170 


1 136 


1 289 


597 


1 797 


82 


903 


948 


811 


1 222 


997 


1 022 


1 053 


483 


1 562 


62 


713 


471 


436 


796 


603 


529 


685 


272 


943 


32 


457 


223 


196 


370 


269 


179 


274 


128 


427 


22 


251 


178 


197 


109 


150 


106 


121 


82 


64 


33 


219 


143 


179 


109 


115 


87 


98 


61 


49 


12 


150 


124 


140 


60 


91 


54 


100 


55 


42 


12 


134 


45 


40 


33 


10 


18 


29 


16 


5 


6 


67 


1 485 


653 


808 


413 


715 


476 


294 


471 


388 


889 


1 174 


530 


485 


325 


545 


371 


243 


396 


347 


697 


274 


146 


46 


104 


112 


202 


142 


107 


137 


297 


5 497 


4 133 


5 381 


4 672 


4 650 


5 342 


2 529 


6 912 


748 


4 470 


1 099 


1 018 


1 640 


1 441 


1 107 


1 577 


682 


2 062 


120 


1 186 


1 099 


1 018 


1 635 


1 441 


1 107 


1 577 


682 


2 062 


120 


1 176 


719 


736 


1 081 


1 005 


833 


1 132 


503 


1 557 


80 


799 


775 


377 


152 


488 


398 


602 


373 


532 


195 


673 


374 


143 


55 


136 


130 


243 


145 


171 


134 


324 


86 


50 


20 


29 


54 


39 


36 


28 


35 


76 


6.2 


4.3 


1.4 


2.2 


4.2 


2.6 


5.0 


1.5 


30.4 


6.5 


54 


29 


20 


9 


35 


26 


21 


18 


22 


22 


72 


42 


20 


29 


48 


36 


22 


14 


21 


61 


38 


24 


15 


8 


30 


11 


12 


10 


21 


48 


37 


20 


8 


12 


29 


13 


14 


23 


21 


38 


23 


12 


8 


4 


23 


9 


6 


15 


16 


12 


23 


12 


8 


12 


23 


10 


- 


11 


15 


29 


- 


6 


8 


8 


12 


- 


- 


8 


15 


16 


49 


30 


12 


17 


25 


26 


22 


3 


14 


38 


31 


17 


12 


5 


12 


17 


15 


1 


6 


10 


49 


30 


12 


17 


25 


26 


22 


1 


6 


32 


38 


18 


7 


- 


18 


11 


12 


- 


6 


32 


196 


83 


153 


18 


66 


75 


43 


37 


70 


120 


101 


55 


66 


6 


44 


40 


16 


33 


70 


95 


29 


10 


- 


6 


29 


30 


11 


20 


21 


76 


463 


233 


208 


119 


258 


195 


169 


127 


215 


400 


8.4 


5.6 


3.9 


2.5 


5.5 


3.7 


6.7 


1.8 


28.7 


8.9 


127 


80 


33 


61 


104 


65 


57 


31 


75 


177 


127 


80 


28 


61 


104 


65 


57 


31 


75 


167 


58 


48 


14 


50 


53 


49 


48 


20 


41 


95 


46 


26 


- 


6 


42 


33 


25 


26 


29 


97 


20 


18 


- 


- 


22 


17 


6 


10 


14 


74 


139 


92 


119 


85 


51 


26 


89 


46 


84 


197 


596 


338 


327 


173 


331 


257 


229 


191 


272 


565 


1 141 


682 


652 


601 


556 


913 


522 


825 


384 


1 108 



114 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



■HH 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County — Con. 









Tract 106.01 


Tract 106.02 








Tract 


109 


Tract 110 


ract 103 


Tract 104 


Tract 105 


(pt.) 




(pt.) 


Tract 107 


Tract 108 




(pt.) 




(pt.) 


1 061 


766 


1 532 


1 434 


1 


395 


1 765 




667 




868 


1 


310 


78 


37 


33 


18 




8 


48 




19 




19 




20 


198 


105 


107 


62 




56 


122 




60 




42 




118 


132 


86 


133 


84 




27 


183 




59 




33 




98 


239 


138 


291 


281 




162 


315 




110 




131 




249 


187 


177 


292 


285 




238 


340 




118 




104 




338 


160 


139 


313 


298 




417 


455 




152 




228 




25? 


51 


47 


239 


237 




361 


212 




102 




194 




155 


16 


30 


35 


90 




84 


32 




25 




68 




54 


- 


7 


89 


79 




42 


58 




22 




49 




26 


19 966 


26 771 


30 967 


34 549 


41 


922 


31 169 


33 


549 


40 


577 


31 


068 


22 752 


28 442 


39 309 


42 671 


45 


179 


38 480 


38 


336 


46 


247 


35 


74? 


545 


385 


1 033 


1 038 


1 


173 


1 318 




457 




658 




825 


28 924 


32 292 


37 104 


40 671 


44 


030 


35 950 


39 097 


43 


636 


33 


488 


793 


616 


1 676 


1 365 


1 


501 


1 643 




548 




825 


1 


154 


16 134 


18 537 


15 980 


25 045 


29 429 


21 976 


24 93 


27 06 


22 


357 


51.2 


54.2 


48.5 


67.0 




64.6 


63.5 




60.4 




56.6 




6? ? 


24 565 


22 404 


31 303 


31 113 


34 


578 


26 655 


32 


644 


32 


279 


25 91 


872 


727 


1 661 


1 368 


1 


365 


1 688 




697 




699 


1 


254 


9 125 


9 404 


8 517 


11 102 


9 


989 


9 830 


9 O'z 


13 


631 


1) 


828 


29.0 


27.5 


26.4 


37.0 




34.6 


36.3 




33.7 




36.2 




34 4 


14 156 


18 103 


20 410 


18 912 


19 


136 


17 500 


19 


183 


19 972 


17 


107 


9 629 


11 886 


13 938 


16 019 


14 


592 


14 639 


16 007 


18 085 


14 787 


1 061 


766 


1 532 


1 434 


1 


395 


1 765 




667 




868 


1 


310 


795 


557 


1 293 


1 255 


1 


304 


1 411 




483 




654 


1 


061 


24 165 


30 678 


39 267 


41 612 


43 


444 


38 546 


39 


749 


45 


592 


36 


615 


323 


232 


298 


296 




227 


480 




193 




263 




316 


6 685 


7 988 


8 946 


8 348 


7 


530 


8 238 


8 


765 


11 


086 


11 


153 


109 


66 


82 


71 




24 


134 




36 




17 




56 


4 331 


8 610 


3 107 


3 591 


5 


794 


5 013 


4 95 


3 


787 


3 OC 


122 


146 


214 


156 




131 


341 




147 




174 




15? 


5 Oil 


5 680 


7 313 


9 285 


9 


824 


6 043 


10 


188 


9 


146 


5 975 


29 846 


34 760 


47 156 


49 453 


47 919 


44 492 


44 


645 


51 


721 


42 


717 


25 558 


35 392 


44 088 


50 338 


49 


281 


49 8)2 


48 


273 


51 


495 


44 


123 


37 479 


33 889 


50 530 


48 470 


45 946 


39 486 


41 


847 


51 


894 


41 


134 


34 441 


36 896 


50 766 


53 887 


50 340 


47 691 


47 960 


54 287 


46 872 


30 606 


39 041 


47 863 


56 703 


51 


755 


57 244 


53 


502 


56 698 


50 676 


40 093 


34 362 


53 690 


51 032 


48 


286 


39 566 


43 


792 


52 


647 


42 


780 


13 532 


23 472 


30 726 


21 921 


19 


128 


20 761 


24 048 


27 592 


25 


211 


11 808 


21 929 


30 593 


21 417 


21 


162 


13 960 


17 


618 


22 


090 


19 


573 


19 602 


28 460 


30 952 


23 062 


16 444 


35 780 


30 954 


38 


597 


32 


765 


545 


385 


1 033 


1 038 


1 


173 


1 318 




457 




658 




825 


443 


282 


860 


902 


1 


069 


1 054 




325 




475 




680 


363 


223 


548 


552 




707 


663 




199 




291 




450 


156 


103 


257 


234 




268 


311 




92 




127 




214 


423 


325 


843 


890 


1 


081 


1 140 




396 




593 




658 


341 


240 


708 


787 


1 


000 


931 




281 




424 




554 


257 


176 


423 


454 




648 


537 




170 




240 




347 


130 


97 


239 


199 




247 


259 




83 




109 




181 


113 


55 


151 


124 




58 


154 




56 




60 




124 


93 


42 


113 


97 




48 


99 




39 




46 




96 


97 


42 


102 


86 




33 


117 




29 




46 




78 


17 


6 


10 


23 




12 


48 




9 




18 




14 


657 


528 


660 


499 




303 


597 




240 




260 




623 


516 


381 


499 


396 




222 


447 




210 




210 




485 


207 


161 


118 


114 




69 


181 




67 




80 




127 


2 466 


1 816 


3 661 


3 741 


4 330 


4 662 


1 


539 


2 


180 


3 


187 


753 


480 


988 


1 043 


1 


409 


1 300 




374 




616 




814 


753 


480 


984 


1 043 


1 


409 


1 300 




374 




616 




814 


501 


295 


699 


745 


1 


057 


911 




265 




431 




532 


291 


287 


373 


310 




242 


552 




243 




354 




429 


158 


167 


191 


89 




74 


193 




98 




139 




239 


77 


22 


45 


13 




14 


92 




19 




29 




54 


14.1 


5.7 


4.4 


1.3 




1.2 


7.0 




4.2 




4.4 




6.5 


33 


4 


22 


6 




14 


33 




5 




18 




37 


72 


22 


22 


13 




14 


82 




14 




29 




48 


27 


18 


15 


6 




2 


41 




9 




23 




14 


42 


16 


33 


- 




8 


40 




5 




5 




29 


10 


4 


15 


- 




8 


18 




- 




- 




23 


37 


16 


15 


- 




8 


30 




5 




5 




23 


27 


12 


15 


- 




2 


13 




- 




5 




_ 


35 


6 


12 


13 




- 


48 




14 




24 




25 


23 


- 


7 


6 




- 


11 




5 




18 




14 


35 


6 


7 


13 




- 


48 




9 




24 




?5 


- 


6 


- 


6 




- 


24 




9 




18 




14 


150 


76 


99 


46 




31 


85 




36 




20 




46 


97 


52 


54 


35 




12 


42 




19 




13 




8 


36 


22 


20 


7 




9 


17 




8 




8 




- 


506 


204 


242 


80 




85 


424 




107 




153 




224 


20.5 


11.2 


6.6 


2.1 




2.0 


9.1 




7.0 




7.0 




70 


216 


78 


64 


21 




32 


205 




42 




98 




79 


216 


78 


60 


21 




32 


205 




42 




98 




79 


167 


34 


31 


16 




30 


138 




31 




53 




50 


41 


30 


49 


7 




9 


32 




8 




8 




_ 


9 


22 


36 


7 




- 


5 




- 




- 




- 


176 


125 


96 


4 




59 


95 




77 




68 




50 


734 


320 


420 


119 




204 


612 




122 




182 




313 


1 215 


705 


872 


392 




451 


1 255 




202 




314 




625 



Tract 



11.01 
(pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less thon $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income .. 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers -- 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 1 5 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers .. 
Median income (dollars) 



Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) .. 
With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 
With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 



MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 



Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 yeors 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With reloted children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 yeors 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 yeors and over 



Persons 

Percent below poverty level. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years . 
Related children 5 to 1 7 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 



Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



1 500 

47 

99 

109 

260 

299 

298 

308 

27 

53 

32 612 

38 538 

989 

40 959 

1 294 

25 974 

60.0 

29 921 

1 362 

12 059 

34.7 

17 226 

15 984 



1 500 

1 242 

36 725 

349 

168 

94 

861 

149 

10 375 



3 



45 584 

39 613 
51 739 
50 345 

46 867 
53 461 

27 274 

19 063 
45 568 



989 

841 
509 
201 
766 
643 
369 
161 
184 
166 
127 
34 

626 

511 
146 

3 606 

905 
905 
673 

371 
143 



50 

5.1 
29 
42 
24 
20 
12 
12 
6 
30 
17 
30 
18 

83 

55 
10 

233 

6.5 
80 
80 
48 
26 
18 

92 
338 
659 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 115 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 
(pt.) 



Tract 1 1 2 



Tract 113 



Tract 114 

(pt.) Tract 115.01 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie County 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 122 



Tract 123 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 — 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more — 

Median (dollars) 61 359 

Mean (dollars) 62 500 

Families 7 

Median income (dollars) 61 359 

Males 15 years ond over, with income 7 

Median income (dollars) 31 250 

Percent year-round full-time workers 100.0 

Median income (dollars) 31 250 

Females 15 years and over, with income 7 

Median income (dollars) 31 250 

Percent year-round full-time workers 100.0 

Median income (dollars) 31 250 

Per capita income (dollars) 31 250 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 7 

With earnings 7 

Mean earnings (dollars) 62 500 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 

Families (dollars) — 62 500 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 62 500 

Married-couple families (dollars) 62 500 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 62 500 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 7 

Householder worked in 1989 7 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 7 

Householder worked in 1989 7 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined- 14 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 yeors 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 yeors and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 

116 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



1 158 

14 

67 

122 

172 

190 

240 

208 

115 

30 

35 648 

42 681 

908 

39 133 

1 131 

24 299 

54.4 

31 556 

1 044 

10 938 

32.3 

19 688 

16 087 



1 158 

913 

43 541 

361 

9 432 

10 

3 168 

207 

9 653 



47 537 

42 165 
51 786 
50 428 

46 531 
53 243 

25 220 

20 485 
40 214 



908 

701 

407 

152 

801 

626 

336 

129 

75 

55 

63 

19 

357 

250 
93 

3 058 

761 
761 
547 
460 
190 



31 

3.4 

20 

24 

24 

12 

5 

5 

5 

19 
15 
19 
19 

55 

39 

14 

163 

5.3 
55 
55 
22 
30 
25 

11 
272 
589 



1 445 

38 

165 
116 
299 
233 
372 
168 
40 
14 

29 702 
31 553 

951 
36 337 

1 186 

24 405 
61.1 

30 462 
1 277 

10 314 

32.2 

17 445 

13 193 



1 445 

1 075 

33 300 

489 

8 209 

74 

5 257 

249 

5 934 



36 876 

37 869 
35 571 
39 801 

41 435 
37 721 

19 402 

19 304 
19 659 



951 

784 

555 

233 

809 

693 

453 

209 

120 

84 

93 

24 

589 

494 
245 

3 447 

927 
9)6 
623 
519 
291 



62 

6.5 
42 
50 
31 
28 
22 
22 
16 
34 
20 
28 
15 

77 

59 
44 

270 

7.8 

104 
93 
59 
44 
39 

62 
437 
827 



1 287 

16 

40 

78 

229 

218 

304 

306 

60 

36 

37 232 

41 855 

1 Oil 

39 939 

1 245 

27 561 

60.0 

32 031 

1 355 

10 902 

29.2 

19 714 

14 809 



1 287 

1 068 

39 953 

360 

9 213 

40 

3 740 

270 

6 449 



43 738 

42 853 

44 705 
46 072 

46 864 

45 281 

29 677 

22 374 
39 930 



1 Oil 

832 

550 

194 

861 

717 

442 

184 

125 

90 

83 

10 

337 

276 

104 

3 578 

1 100 

1 100 

767 

423 

136 



29 

2.9 

9 
29 

8 
12 

4 
12 

8 
17 

5 
17 

11 

6 
6 

112 

3.1 
61 
61 
50 
6 



78 

166 

510 



1 434 

23 

64 

168 

222 

230 

432 

224 

40 

31 

35 397 

39 230 

1 097 

39 563 

1 366 

25 030 

56.1 

31 472 

1 280 

10 733 

32.5 

17 157 

15 183 



1 434 

1 116 

38 867 

485 

8 980 

76 

5 531 

292 

7 157 



42 619 

44 154 
41 583 
44 030 
47 276 
41 753 

32 545 

18 208 

43 182 



1 097 

798 

451 

146 

953 

702 

402 

135 

108 

87 

46 

11 

420 

337 
156 

3 694 

917 

917 
645 
606 
223 



28 

2.6 
17 
21 
10 
17 
10 
10 

6 
11 

7 
11 

4 

69 

39 
13 

168 

4.5 
55 
55 
45 
26 
7 

26 
217 

578 



1 571 

12 

119 

89 

201 

254 

270 

334 

121 

171 

41 875 

55 165 

1 085 

51 692 

1 487 

29 125 

64.4 

37 324 

1 430 

11 294 

30.8 

19 861 

21 807 



1 571 

1 390 

52 585 

298 

8 453 

81 

4 089 

170 

10 672 



67 106 

82 157 
53 306 
72 605 

90 219 
56 417 

23 581 

18 583 
29 929 



1 085 

963 
519 
175 
948 

862 

454 

157 

84 

65 
47 
18 

645 

486 
103 

3 996 

978 
978 
733 
327 

108 



54 

5.0 
35 
48 
30 
29 
23 
23 
12 
25 
12 
25 
18 

66 

44 
29 

258 

6.5 
104 
104 
53 
42 
22 

51 
331 
556 



33 750 

33 000 

7 

33 750 

7 

26 250 

100.0 

26 250 

7 

8 750 



7 219 



7 

7 
33 000 



33 000 

33 000 

33 000 

33 000 



1 755 

17 
134 
106 
295 
308 
534 
295 
32 
34 

35 391 

36 965 
1 394 

38 065 

1 771 

26 094 

58.2 

31 846 

1 836 

8 485 

26.6 

15 951 

12 740 



1 755 

1 419 

38 135 

474 

8 509 

77 

3 207 

262 

6 562 



41 200 

40 112 

42 524 

42 998 

43 332 
42 623 

26 065 

19 077 
47 262 



1 394 

1 131 
777 
287 

1 211 
984 
644 
250 
121 
98 
100 
29 

460 

361 
194 

5 068 

1 498 

1 498 

1 083 

571 

230 



39 

2.8 
26 
36 
11 
13 
9 
10 

26 

17 
26 
11 

71 

40 
28 

191 

3.8 

65 
65 
49 
31 
15 

24 
245 
872 



1 035 

43 

166 

176 

165 

188 

203 

64 

23 

7 

21 648 

25 911 

655 

30 361 

811 

19 426 

56.0 

28 548 

928 

7 911 

23.6 

15 225 

10 430 



1 035 

731 

28 936 
354 

7 256 
129 

4 769 
198 

4 855 



31 182 

30 081 

32 630 

34 270 

35 513 
32 746 

16 975 

12 565 

31 010 



655 

477 

381 

206 

503 

382 

277 

151 

92 

61 

70 

37 

463 

380 
174 

2 523 

728 
728 
448 
400 
178 



82 

12.5 
44 
77 
55 
37 
6 
32 
25 
32 
25 
32 
24 

84 

36 

17 

394 

15.6 
163 
163 
88 

31 
6 

85 
580 
921 



690 


19 


78 


38 


143 


178 


133 


88 


13 


29 853 


30 881 


459 


34 051 


621 


23 326 


67.1 


24 972 


568 


9 010 


32.2 


16 114 


11 644 


690 


594 


29 622 


176 


7 963 


28 


5 046 


69 


5 797 


36 270 


38 879 


32 707 


40 091 


43 372 


35 607 


14 216 


12 580 


20 033 



459 

390 

280 

130 

381 

338 

226 

110 

41 

24 

32 

7 

310 

231 
81 

1 793 

553 
553 
383 
200 
104 



31 

6.8 
16 
21 

5 

5 



12 

6 
12 

58 

28 

7 

139 

7.8 
34 
34 
34 
21 
21 

36 
187 
422 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie 
County— Con. 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Remainder of Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 106.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 Tract 111.01 
(pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 
(pt.) 



Tract 114 
(pt.) 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 -- 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 — 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) — - 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



879 

13 

77 

66 

228 

134 

192 

149 

18 

2 

29 716 
32 323 

664 
35 000 

809 

22 478 

59.3 

30 714 
799 

11 466 
26.9 

15 433 

12 226 



879 

640 

35 378 

327 

8 280 

23 

3 957 
215 

4 277 



36 469 

36 046 

36 819 

39 211 

40 777 

37 993 

20 495 

13 706 
28 355 



664 

516 
320 
142 
537 

425 

243 

113 

82 

61 
55 
16 

259 

215 

135 

2 299 

622 
622 
460 
361 
142 



36 

5.4 
21 
22 
12 
14 
6 



22 

15 
22 
12 

43 

16 
11 

169 

7.4 
57 
57 
48 
25 
6 

89 
229 
483 



31 250 
28 985 

26 

35 000 

29 

24 375 

48.3 

32 813 

40 

6 667 

27.5 

15 313 

9 393 



35 

27 

31 118 

11 

7 098 



2 
9 600 



30 884 

34 730 
28 481 

33 959 

34 730 
33 317 

13 973 

13 973 



11 

9 
2 

101 

26 
26 
22 

9 
5 



4 
15.4 



2 

2 
2 

11 

10.9 



25 208 
21 107 

6 

26 250 

11 

20 208 
54.5 

21 250 

7 
6 250 
100.0 
6 250 

13 177 



11 

11 
21 107 



27 000 



27 000 
27 000 



27 000 



13 333 
12 417 

4 

14 167 

4 
10 833 



6 

6 250 

33.3 

26 250 

5 050 



6 

4 
13 909 



5 
3 773 



15 288 

15 288 



15 288 

15 288 



2 
2 
2 

19 
9 
9 
5 
2 



5 
10 



41 250 

33 641 

15 

41 250 

15 

31 250 

66.7 

36 250 

5 

16 250 

100.0 

16 250 

15 769 



15 

10 

42 500 

5 

7 356 



5 
8 567 



33 641 



33 641 
33 641 



33 641 



15 
10 



15 

10 



32 



10 



1 261 

82 
90 
119 
292 
220 
174 
175 
43 
66 

26 277 
41 303 

572 
43 750 

1 014 

23 596 

64.8 

27 697 
959 

12 947 

38.4 

18 578 

22 206 



1 261 

1 007 

45 067 

319 

7 392 

47 

3 059 

157 

6 308 



62 689 

50 168 
68 299 

68 178 

63 470 

69 735 

18 365 

16 921 
26 666 



572 

460 
177 
73 
499 
394 
124 
42 
54 
47 
46 
31 

862 

689 
147 

2 310 

285 
285 
187 
346 
135 



32 

5.6 
17 
24 
24 
8 



24 

17 
24 
24 

150 

93 
29 

239 

10.3 
48 
48 
8 
46 
20 

89 
283 
516 



206 



41 
27 
69 
55 
14 

40 114 

41 930 
187 

39 602 

214 

23 977 

76.2 

29 712 

182 

14 231 

56.0 

23 333 

16 238 



206 

200 

40 059 

14 

10 781 



22 
6 698 



41 035 

42 474 

40 113 

42 029 

43 627 

41 028 

27 729 

29 600 
26 126 



187 

181 

80 

41 

174 

168 

67 

35 

13 

13 

13 

6 

27 

19 

527 

113 

113 

63 

6 



1 907 

31 

70 

79 

217 

311 

560 

518 

76 

45 

41 038 

43 070 

1 422 
45 424 

2 044 
28 247 

72.8 

31 875 

1 823 

9 663 

36.0 

17 475 

14 671 



1 907 

1 834 
41 911 

194 

7 594 

23 

2 720 

60 
7 130 



47 912 

48 077 
47 662 
50 072 

49 897 

50 353 

25 952 

19 458 
30 693 



1 422 

1 350 

876 

403 

1 279 

1 215 

796 

370 

109 

109 

60 

33 

808 

485 
46 

5 367 

1 640 

1 635 

1 081 

152 

55 



20 

1.4 
20 
20 
15 
8 



12 

12 
12 
7 

153 

66 

208 

3.9 

33 
28 
14 



383 



21 

64 

62 

88 

97 

38 

13 

41 875 

51 Oil 

334 

43 295 

374 

37 083 

72.2 

37 917 

431 

6 883 

21.8 

17 885 

17 464 



383 

340 

51 106 

76 

8 005 

11 

3 965 

77 

8 451 



54 430 

48 539 
60 463 
51 111 

49 302 
53 079 

95 447 

33 192 

124 744 



334 

305 
169 
85 
309 
280 
161 
85 
25 
25 



76 

49 

1 094 

341 

341 

238 

65 



119 
327 
652 



7 

7 

91 



269 



9 


36 


55 


44 


88 


21 


16 


44 464 


54 891 


210 


50 512 


267 


29 950 


66.7 


31 667 


286 


9 896 


30.8 


17 125 


22 043 


269 


250 


50 295 


53 


9 317 


7 


900 


35 


7 171 


60 157 


55 666 


63 034 


64 056 


58 155 


67 972 


26 842 


29 000 


25 835 



210 

182 
82 
22 
188 
160 
75 
22 
22 
22 
7 



70 

59 
9 

654 

129 
129 
100 
71 
22 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 117 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 6 



Tract 117 



Tract lit 



Tract 119 



Tract 120 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Tract 126 



Tract 127 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 __ 

$50,000 to $74,999 — 

$75,000 to $99,999 — — 

$100,000 or more -- 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Medion income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollors) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

Wth own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With reloted children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 
Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Reloted children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



1 213 

19 
57 
63 
156 
194 
423 
204 
66 
31 

39 489 

40 588 
1 032 

41 753 

1 314 

29 360 

57.9 

34 976 

1 152 

8 934 

32.2 

17 415 

13 657 



1 213 

1 085 

38 704 

294 

8 198 

49 

3 711 

198 

6 303 



44 672 

46 392 
42 761 
46 519 

48 481 
44 260 

22 986 

17 968 
26 585 



1 032 

927 

551 

204 

938 

846 

506 

196 

79 

66 

33 



207 

181 
89 

3 646 

1 121 
1 121 



321 



13 

1.3 
12 
11 
9 
5 
5 
3 
1 

8 
7 



26 

19 
13 

82 

2.2 

31 
31 
16 
13 
13 

20 
119 
366 



1 165 

32 
123 
144 
179 
218 
324 
137 



30 711 

30 237 

826 

34 692 

1 069 

22 355 

57.7 

30 477 

1 005 

7 831 

25.2 

14 679 

12 046 



1 165 

853 

33 028 

411 

8 232 

55 

2 879 
263 

5 129 



34 303 

35 568 

33 193 

34 593 

37 718 
31 881 

25 380 

19 271 
33 971 



826 

603 

393 

194 

734 

521 

348 

185 

77 

67 

45 

9 

404 

339 

140 

2 888 

749 
743 
498 
471 
153 



55 

6.7 
22 
27 

5 
38 

5 
10 

17 

17 
17 
5 

47 

24 

190 

6.6 

54 
48 
44 
45 
23 

57 
282 
605 



841 

17 

67 

92 

162 

183 

203 

102 

5 

10 
29 799 

31 037 
627 

32 614 

854 

20 221 

59.3 

25 698 

807 

8 521 

30.0 

15 655 

11 381 



841 

661 

32 458 

245 

9 587 

35 

4 048 
142 

5 984 



35 643 

35 030 

36 180 

37 546 

38 707 
36 570 

20 190 

14 222 
28 660 



627 

490 

293 

108 

545 

436 

249 

96 

75 

47 

44 

12 

261 

214 
79 

2 287 

591 
591 
425 
290 
134 



32 

5.1 
12 
32 
12 
6 
6 
6 

26 

6 
26 

12 

35 

35 
12 

128 

5.6 

54 
54 
37 
12 
12 

47 
249 
579 



2 241 

59 
157 
169 
293 
419 
670 
364 
79 
31 

35 377 

36 305 

1 785 
39 058 

2 207 
27 282 

66.9 

32 726 

2 044 

9 209 

34.1 

16 849 

12 055 



2 241 

1 950 
36 847 

441 

7 759 

75 

2 486 
236 

6 006 



40 284 

42 339 
37 202 
42 668 

46 057 
37 790 

21 225 

15 076 
32 907 



1 785 

1 508 

1 079 

503 

1 576 

1 333 
934 
434 
174 
152 
114 

55 

559 

456 
125 

6 724 

2 327 
2 327 
1 598 

487 
199 



91 

5.1 
39 
72 
38 
40 
14 
21 
8 
45 
25 
45 
30 

40 

30 
12 

301 

4.5 
125 
125 
86 
22 
10 

155 

391 

1 120 



865 

7 

25 

45 

85 

152 

271 

241 

37 

2 

40 246 

41 403 
762 

41 228 

971 

27 750 

69.4 

32 201 

817 

10 199 

38.2 

16 475 

13 400 



41 



865 

789 

182 

160 

8 090 

13 

2 547 

99 

5 654 



43 225 

42 581 

43 879 

44 044 

44 635 
43 468 

31 350 

17 094 
50 639 



762 

666 

393 

176 

699 

611 

353 

169 

40 

32 

24 

5 

147 

103 
36 

2 651 

772 
770 
552 

151 
46 



14 

1.8 
14 
12 
3 
7 
7 
5 
1 

7 
7 
7 
2 

18 

12 
12 

75 

2.8 

29 
27 
21 
13 
11 

25 

98 

343 



90 



15 
14 
34 
18 
2 

38 542 
37 841 

80 

39 167 

99 

26 094 

54.5 

32 250 

82 

9 643 

26.8 

18 750 

12 037 



90 

75 

38 688 

32 

7 630 

4 

709 

5 

783 



1 



39 831 

41 138 
38 458 

40 603 

41 138 
40 Oil 



80 

69 
41 
24 
78 
69 
41 
24 



16 

10 
8 

274 

79 
79 
49 

31 
13 



4 

1.5 



2 
2 

2 

12 
41 



88 



3 
17 
13 
50 
2 
3 

37 763 

36 163 

60 

37 917 

88 

21 944 

64.8 

30 341 

78 

16 154 

56.4 

19 063 

13 947 



88 

79 

37 048 

9 

8 436 



6 
3 508 



38 017 

34 310 
41 485 
38 017 

34 310 
41 485 



60 

58 
29 
15 
60 
58 
29 
15 



35 



230 

60 
60 
43 
12 
3 



2 274 

24 

57 

77 

320 

295 

633 

615 

154 

99 

42 156 

47 344 

1 887 
45 394 

2 544 
27 434 

65.5 

32 956 

2 050 

10 424 

35.7 
21 390 

15 918 



2 274 

2 001 
46 285 

478 

8 177 

57 

3 683 
221 

7 295 



50 526 

52 507 

48 367 

51 645 

53 979 

49 131 

27 169 

23 399 
35 965 



1 887 

1 637 
993 
434 

1 768 



39 



537 

926 

425 

60 

49 

42 

5 

460 

387 
105 

779 

018 
018 
517 
523 
166 



24 

1.3 

18 
14 
10 
21 

15 

11 



35 

31 
18 

116 

1.7 
31 
31 
20 
22 
10 

41 
180 
782 



1 857 

24 

66 

99 

228 

371 

487 

450 

87 

45 

38 549 

42 734 

1 534 
41 532 

2 107 

25 341 
67.2 

30 330 
1 837 

10 105 
37.5 

18 460 

13 971 



1 857 

1 662 
42 222 

367 

7 690 

28 

2 862 
129 

8 255 



45 736 

44 576 

46 978 
46 805 

46 163 

47 493 

29 928 

23 062 
37 383 



1 534 

1 382 

809 

308 

1 391 

1 261 

730 

291 

73 

53 

38 

12 

490 

323 

123 

5 623 

1 665 
1 663 
1 226 

411 
151 



40 

2.6 
28 
38 
28 
27 
23 
25 
18 
10 
2 
10 
10 

66 

29 
22 

227 

4.0 
86 
84 
46 
26 
19 

42 
398 

1 014 



1 741 


15 


166 


126 


363 


344 


431 


240 


45 


11 


30 362 


33 104 


1 346 


34 259 


1 773 


21 018 


59.5 


26 572 


1 586 


8 243 


30.7 


16 782 


11 743 


1 741 


1 467 


33 102 


477 


7 838 


88 


3 787 


191 


5 416 


36 452 


37 366 


35 423 


38 138 


40 174 


35 876 


19 825 


16 161 


29 971 



1 346 

1 112 

723 

317 

1 176 

998 

627 

275 

98 

60 

74 

40 

512 

395 
176 

4 907 

1 433 

1 429 

1 029 

556 

275 



68 

5.1 
32 
54 
38 
35 
23 
21 
10 
33 
9 
33 
28 

81 

44 
29 

317 

6.5 
132 
128 
91 
41 
26 

57 

435 

1 129 



118 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 128 



Tract 129 



Troct 130 



Tract 131 



Tract 132 



Totols for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County 



Tract 3 



Tract 4 



Tract 9 



Tract 10 



Tract 13 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 — 

$5,000 to $9,999 -- 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 - 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 - 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more.-- -- - 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) - 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over ' 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



2 091 

46 

151 

136 

374 

451 

522 

280 

89 

42 

32 440 

36 364 

1 696 
35 670 

2 232 
22 666 

61.6 

27 327 

1 908 

9 304 

36.5 

16 472 

12 177 



2 091 

1 811 

36 114 

504 

7 562 

76 

4 155 
194 

5 709 



40 153 

39 464 

40 977 

41 687 

41 836 
41 498 

27 345 

18 387 
36 303 



1 696 

1 470 
942 
378 

1 485 



1 309 
838 
338 
134 
97 
73 
29 

518 

395 
181 

6 263 

1 960 

1 953 

1 433 

596 

252 



4.7 
51 
54 
32 
53 
35 
32 
16 
23 
12 
18 
14 

92 

59 
42 

389 

6.2 
146 

141 
90 
71 
42 

98 

599 

1 454 



2 167 

46 

79 

100 

283 

466 

520 

498 

117 

58 

37 994 

42 675 

1 878 
39 530 

2 481 
25 114 

68.7 

29 481 

1 951 

10 289 

41.5 
17 873 

13 548 



2 167 

1 967 

42 592 

379 

8 295 

78 

3 259 
136 

9 371 



45 184 

43 255 

47 592 

46 573 

44 567 

48 973 

33 511 

37 959 
26 478 



1 878 

1 683 

1 049 

426 

1 711 



1 526 
938 
392 
111 

101 
68 
23 

454 

289 
93 

6 817 

2 177 
2 169 
1 617 

487 
139 



54 

2.9 
45 
32 
7 
47 
38 
25 

7 

7 
7 
7 

62 

54 
28 

235 

3.4 
66 
62 

48 
46 

21 

68 
475 

1 371 



1 100 

32 

115 

105 

169 

206 

248 

170 

30 

25 

31 316 

35 846 

929 

33 378 

1 277 

19 026 

54.3 

25 496 

1 100 

8 185 

34.5 

15 813 

10 499 



1 100 

955 

36 134 

234 

7 672 
120 

3 701 
75 

8 617 



38 233 

38 401 
37 956 

42 149 

43 985 

39 131 

21 279 

14 296 
33 935 



929 

797 
614 
250 
748 
672 
487 
196 
135 

81 
100 

41 

250 

171 
63 

3 707 

1 366 

1 363 

994 

244 

76 

111 

11.9 
80 
96 
71 
55 
44 
42 
31 
45 
25 
45 
31 

49 

20 
17 

546 

14.7 
307 
304 
189 
36 
19 

154 
756 

1 281 



1 622 

59 

159 

144 

272 

301 

391 

221 

46 

29 

30 823 

33 958 

1 249 

35 286 

I 640 

19 878 

58.5 

26 526 

1 613 

8 451 

29.2 

16 064 

11 797 



1 622 

1 276 

34 512 

500 

7 621 

65 

3 6)6 

139 

5 495 



38 232 

40 537 
35 801 

39 925 
43 892 
35 744 

21 217 

12 246 
30 418 



1 249 

1 049 

651 

286 

1 101 

930 

573 

243 

79 

56 

40 

10 

486 

373 

214 

4 675 

1 444 

1 441 

1 058 

666 

326 



86 

6.9 
45 
49 
30 
59 
32 
26 
17 
24 
10 
20 
10 

106 

68 

55 

372 

8.0 
106 
106 

63 
100 

72 

93 
541 

1 147 



1 275 

40 

125 

92 

258 

252 

261 

160 

43 

44 

29 375 

35 783 

1 046 

33 010 

1 448 

18 807 

57.7 

23 424 

1 201 

8 192 

32.9 

15 182 

11 434 



1 275 

1 090 

35 017 

370 

7 615 

76 

4 339 

126 

4 570 



39 598 

38 016 
41 575 
41 880 

41 395 

42 464 

18 435 

12 164 
30 280 



1 046 

897 

598 

224 

917 

792 

509 

198 

78 

58 

55 

18 

302 

229 
123 

3 995 

1 249 

1 244 

974 

478 

197 



73 

7.0 
58 
60 
25 
36 
25 
28 
15 
31 
27 
28 
10 

72 

42 

26 

344 

8.6 
139 
134 
100 
37 
21 

110 

550 

1 162 



1 774 

35 

123 

116 

357 

293 

309 

317 

124 

100 

33 886 

44 884 

1 219 

43 424 

1 629 

25 121 
54.2 

31 797 
1 603 

11 092 
29.3 

18 576 

18 030 



1 774 

1 433 

43 612 

503 

8 912 

98 

5 075 

268 

10 574 



54 138 

59 926 
49 988 
58 888 
68 234 
52 753 

28 890 

26 096 
32 129 



1 219 

983 

527 

201 

1 032 

832 

422 

163 

149 

117 

85 

26 

693 

555 
184 

4 271 

1 024 

1 024 

789 

676 

266 



27 

2.2 
27 
27 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
15 
15 
15 

121 

73 

28 

237 

5.5 
79 
79 
57 
28 
21 

52 
320 
791 



1 209 

24 

159 

90 

333 

282 

222 

77 

20 

2 

24 928 

27 262 

764 

30 397 

1 034 

19 342 

55.6 

22 961 

1 065 

10 142 
39.7 

17 129 

11 581 



1 209 

993 

26 319 

362 

7 975 

74 

3 965 

260 

5 749 



30 849 

32 309 
29 672 
34 476 

37 994 

31 969 

16 010 

13 683 
19 840 



764 

577 

348 

164 

608 

464 

260 

110 

127 

91 

79 

45 

604 

445 
126 

2 829 

634 
632 
451 

402 
143 



48 

6.3 
35 
32 
32 
10 
10 



38 

25 
32 
32 

91 

56 
7 

228 

8.1 
66 
64 
32 

7 
7 

55 
353 
811 



916 

17 

77 

60 

163 

186 

236 

133 

23 

21 

32 406 

35 536 

677 

35 219 

890 

22 161 
61.2 

25 953 
946 

10 462 
33.8 

17 971 

12 979 



916 

774 

36 055 

249 

7 588 

54 

3 887 
148 

4 717 



38 116 

33 415 
43 060 
40 834 
37 469 
43 710 

22 899 

20 353 
31 383 



677 

593 

352 

138 

562 

483 

264 

138 

91 

86 

70 



337 

239 

112 

2 535 

726 
717 
492 
272 
153 



37 

5.5 
19 
26 

7 
24 

6 
13 

7 

13 
13 
13 

49 

23 
16 

186 

7.3 
75 
66 
49 
37 
26 

97 
326 
793 



1 172 

62 

118 

160 

323 

262 

170 

42 

18 

17 

22 681 
26 982 

654 
28 520 

934 

18 827 

49.9 

23 114 
967 

9 712 

23.2 

16 633 

13 040 



1 172 

849 

26 577 

449 

9 087 

53 

3 874 

206 

7 003 

34 324 

38 555 
32 179 
38 911 

50 155 
34 350 

19 881 

16 576 
23 369 



654 

391 

227 

88 

499 

310 
151 
70 
148 

81 
76 
18 

567 

518 

163 

2 322 

394 
387 
246 
568 
262 



38 

5.8 

17 

33 

18 

14 

9 

9 

9 

24 

8 

24 

9 

74 

67 
13 

176 

7.6 
50 
50 
20 

13 
6 

70 
257 

684 



1 198 

42 

103 

130 

265 

241 

303 

79 

25 

10 

27 049 

29 881 

826 

32 459 

1 052 

19 096 
59.4 

24 674 
1 143 

10 213 
35.5 

16 477 

12 214 



1 198 

952 

30 045 

365 

7 918 

52 

3 257 

227 

6 695 



35 014 

29 099 

39 697 
38 326 

34 661 

40 740 

19 410 

12 931 
31 695 



826 

649 
370 
147 
675 
531 
273 
128 
139 
106 
91 
19 

460 

372 
138 

2 917 

662 
662 
462 
395 
152 



50 

6.1 

36 

50 

20 

9 

9 

9 

9 

41 

27 

41 

11 

63 

35 

227 

7.8 

104 
104 
77 



58 
382 
864 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 119 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 14 



Tract 15 



Tract 16 



Tract 17 



Tract 18 



Tract 19 



Tract 25 



Tract 26.01 



Tract 26.02 



Tract 28.' 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfomily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



1 734 

64 
151 
210 
390 
390 
287 
187 
41 
14 

26 300 

29 788 
1 154 

30 439 

1 485 

20 217 

50.1 

27 989 
1 538 
9 923 

35.2 
16 137 

12 986 



1 734 

1 278 
29 025 

632 

8 633 

50 

2 900 
371 

6 Oil 



33 804 

32 900 

34 528 

36 050 

37 879 
34 909 

22 701 

20 117 
29 980 



1 379 

17 

150 

213 

367 

258 

206 

112 

23 

33 

23 681 

29 746 

859 

29 293 

1 166 

18 933 
55.8 

22 023 
1 190 

10 129 
29.7 

15 809 

12 440 



1 379 

1 024 

30 884 

410 

7 982 

100 

5 557 
216 

6 007 



36 003 

29 659 
41 583 
39 542 

33 964 
43 847 

16 270 

15 318 
18 887 



735 

14 

63 

65 

131 

136 

159 

108 

55 

4 

31 098 

36 694 

552 

35 156 

1 285 

12 729 

44.0 

23 514 

880 

8 153 

29.1 

17 622 

11 306 



735 

644 

36 185 

155 

7 522 

10 

3 915 

118 

8 947 



39 477 

43 223 
37 264 

40 504 

44 818 
37 573 

32 772 

12 119 
36 597 



767 

17 

34 

48 

121 

186 

153 

155 

30 

23 

33 803 

38 763 

584 

36 354 

1 170 

16 775 

51.3 

25 417 

709 

9 796 

37.4 

15 272 

12 703 



767 

632 

40 061 

209 

7 813 

26 

2 396 

102 

9 812 



42 848 

38 425 

46 626 
44 209 

40 289 

47 476 

26 683 

19 390 

39 185 



2 629 

50 

124 

146 

292 

400 

714 

642 

201 

60 

41 344 

43 870 

2 164 

43 953 

2 635 

28 852 

63.9 

31 878 

2 442 

11 720 

32.9 

20 975 

15 757 



2 629 

2 306 
43 726 

444 
9 189 

145 
5 784 

255 
8 082 



46 391 

42 745 
50 947 
50 135 

47 611 
52 988 

15 103 

10 793 
26 448 



1 350 

26 

60 

90 

165 

269 

359 

240 

60 

81 

37 083 

44 796 

1 115 

40 339 

1 450 

24 519 

65.4 

27 851 

1 229 

11 299 

37.9 

18 398 

16 307 



41 



1 350 

208 
110 
353 
541 
32 
597 
178 
612 



47 478 

46 020 

48 717 

49 059 

47 927 

50 016 

26 070 

19 045 
33 876 



1 863 

76 

147 

228 

372 

416 

357 

161 

72 

34 

27 055 

32 428 
896 

33 864 

1 380 

22 375 

61.8 

27 018 

1 512 

11 646 

32.0 

17 048 

16 444 



1 863 

1 435 

31 777 

536 

8 213 

84 

4 929 

245 

6 842 



40 554 

41 834 

39 540 
45 581 

52 995 

40 836 

17 230 

11 620 
27 304 



1 316 

33 

22 

77 

299 

222 

269 

261 

65 

68 

35 179 

41 484 

1 026 

37 359 

1 333 

23 245 
62.9 

31 417 
1 207 

11 129 
42.5 

18 442 

15 490 



1 316 



151 
516 
286 
246 
43 
201 
199 
000 



44 508 

40 353 
47 781 
47 856 

43 280 
51 656 

25 521 

22 383 
27 308 



1 512 

66 

83 

74 

267 

211 

456 

267 

52 

36 

36 495 

38 626 

1 127 

40 132 

1 437 

26 629 

74.4 

30 690 

1 413 

9 811 

40.6 

16 508 

13 732 



1 512 

1 377 

40 058 

160 

5 931 

61 

4 181 

82 

5 118 



43 937 

41 937 
47 047 
47 907 

47 248 

48 869 

15 761 

13 755 
21 205 



1 818 


74 


199 


199 


378 


347 


348 


183 


74 


16 


26 569 


30 925 


1 254 


31 835 


1 564 


21 218 


60.2 


30 175 


1 533 


9 735 


35.6 


18 521 


12 575 


1 818 


1 462 


32 087 


522 


7 352 


135 


3 989 


307 


5 245 


36 616 


35 655 


37 466 


40 228 


41 880 


38 787 


20 725 


11 252 


30 657 



1 154 


859 


552 


584 


2 164 


1 115 


896 


1 026 


1 127 


1 254 


891 


696 


453 


520 


1 869 


999 


727 


842 


1 051 


1 003 


528 


414 


205 


269 


1 235 


524 


396 


452 


691 


609 


200 


145 


121 


131 


509 


178 


197 


172 


282 


271 


958 


707 


482 


539 


1 892 


1 030 


715 


862 


961 


972 


706 


571 


408 


475 


1 669 


931 


587 


715 


916 


771 


383 


316 


195 


245 


1 037 


475 


279 


391 


575 


464 


183 


126 


116 


120 


460 


170 


138 


156 


220 


191 


187 


120 


64 


38 


207 


38 


137 


124 


130 


211 


178 


99 


39 


38 


147 


29 


101 


101 


99 


170 


138 


88 


10 


24 


150 


26 


88 


45 


95 


117 


17 


19 


5 


11 


39 


- 


52 


6 


49 


68 


727 


671 


552 


270 


636 


316 


1 183 


413 


517 


708 


580 


520 


183 


183 


465 


235 


967 


290 


385 


564 


270 


238 


254 


62 


112 


103 


308 


70 


75 


227 


3 987 


3 291 


2 087 


2 101 


7 313 


3 748 


3 654 


3 469 


4 130 


4 377 


866 


810 


368 


575 


2 102 


982 


641 


870 


1 255 


1 089 


866 


810 


363 


567 


2 102 


982 


641 


870 


1 237 


1 089 


605 


586 


208 


441 


1 502 


772 


376 


649 


919 


768 


754 


508 


386 


248 


608 


392 


614 


345 


130 


607 


355 


227 


243 


104 


250 


145 


304 


109 


42 


251 


50 


31 


29 


17 


130 


46 


59 


28 


58 


101 


4.3 


3.6 


5.3 


2.9 


6.0 


4.1 


6.6 


2.7 


5.1 


8.1 


22 


20 


20 


11 


70 


40 


39 


17 


25 


75 


38 


25 


11 


11 


121 


32 


59 


16 


53 


85 


9 


18 


5 


11 


39 


12 


47 


6 


34 


53 


28 


18 


29 


6 


18 


31 


7 


11 


13 


40 


- 


7 


20 


- 


9 


25 


7 


_ 


_ 


14 


16 


12 


11 


- 


9 


20 


7 


5 


8 


24 


- 


12 


5 


- 


- 


9 


7 


_ 


2 


12 


22 


13 


- 


11 


112 


9 


52 


17 


45 


61 


22 


13 


- 


11 


61 


9 


32 


17 


25 


61 


22 


13 


- 


11 


112 


9 


52 


11 


45 


61 


9 


6 


- 


11 


39 


- 


40 


6 


32 


41 


107 


133 


165 


52 


82 


39 


152 


60 


85 


138 


86 


85 


13 


30 


45 


29 


95 


10 


51 


82 


42 


32 


104 


16 


29 


16 


37 


- 


21 


44 


257 


262 


244 


102 


429 


184 


308 


144 


263 


485 


6.4 


8.0 


11.7 


4.9 


5.9 


4.9 


8.4 


4.2 


6.4 


11.1 


57 


73 


25 


35 


180 


62 


89 


38 


117 


187 


57 


73 


20 


27 


180 


62 


89 


38 


99 


187 


41 


33 


16 


16 


144 


47 


33 


32 


69 


121 


54 


38 


104 


28 


29 


33 


37 


6 


25 


70 


33 


38 


86 


10 


10 


15 


19 




21 


66 


87 


31 


43 


42 


115 


71 


128 


97 


127 


95 


372 


509 


454 


130 


502 


226 


401 


212 


354 


617 


1 034 


1 030 


743 


547 


985 


623 


822 


599 


722 


1 323 



120 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 


Tract 31.98 


701 


993 


16 


33 


76 


86 


78 


124 


119 


197 


147 


200 


140 


159 


75 


106 


21 


20 


29 


68 


28 059 


27 848 


38 411 


41 303 


445 


632 


33 984 


35 000 


609 


880 


21 366 


22 661 


53.5 


55.8 


30 526 


29 213 


658 


837 


10 574 


8 668 


25.8 


39.3 


18 309 


19 632 


15 526 


16 092 


701 


993 


562 


773 


36 679 


42 727 


214 


286 


9 215 


8 539 


64 


81 


3 330 


3 612 


125 


215 


6 525 


6 478 


46 946 


51 943 


36 985 


53 710 


58 399 


50 012 


53 625 


57 816 


47 832 


62 791 


58 642 


52 877 


18 889 


10 494 


9 918 


8 535 


54 775 


16 502 



Tract 32 



Tract 34 



Tract 36 



Tract 37.01 



Tract 37.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Winnebago 
County 



Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.02 (pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 - 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 — 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income.. 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers .. 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 1 5 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers _- 
Median income (dollars) 



Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) _- 
With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 
With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 



MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 



Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 



Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present . 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 



Persons 

Percent below poverty level. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 1 8 years - 
Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over . 



445 

355 

246 

99 

362 

277 

168 

67 

65 

60 

60 

32 

350 

256 
96 

1 747 

444 
444 
337 
229 
104 



47 

10.6 
47 
47 
18 
7 
7 
7 

34 

34 
34 
18 

61 

23 
12 

193 

11.0 
78 
78 
58 

12 



Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



70 

248 
437 



632 

523 

336 

149 

542 

450 

276 

134 

61 

48 

46 

13 

471 

361 

125 

2 533 

737 
730 
517 
326 
168 



55 

8.7 
42 
55 
23 
15 
15 
15 
10 
36 
23 
36 
13 

54 

31 
26 

256 

10.1 

121 

121 

86 

26 

19 

49 
351 
622 



972 

10 

43 

63 

181 

175 

207 

149 

81 

63 

36 029 

46 831 

728 

39 886 

874 
27 143 

56.6 
34 427 

810 
13 714 

31.0 

18 826 

19 113 



972 

768 

45 127 

295 

9 732 

16 

1 073 

246 

8 630 



53 601 

51 924 
55 472 
57 368 

59 418 
55 449 

20 188 

20 303 
18 718 



728 

579 

384 

174 

641 

511 

310 

145 

69 

58 

64 

24 

296 

244 
87 

2 422 

668 
651 
494 
419 
191 



11 

1.5 
5 
11 
11 



11 

5 
11 
11 

48 

21 
8 

79 

3.3 
37 
20 

15 



40 
85 

344 



1 794 


33 


175 


130 


462 


374 


382 


164 


66 


8 


27 609 


30 687 


1 254 


32 005 


1 564 


21 391 


61.8 


26 585 


1 648 


10 125 


36.4 


16 059 


12 855 


1 794 


1 333 


32 157 


588 


8 546 


117 


3 612 


361 


6 461 


34 793 


36 158 


33 781 


35 369 


38 739 


32 993 


30 921 


22 179 


39 949 



1 254 

938 

552 

240 

1 081 

814 

452 

199 

124 

81 

70 

23 

688 

540 
240 

4 286 

957 
957 
635 
676 
285 



55 

4.4 
27 
33 
26 
36 
14 
14 
14 
13 

7 
13 

6 

110 

67 
36 

280 

6.5 
76 
76 
36 
64 
20 

54 

433 

1 021 



1 186 

35 
84 
29 
121 
109 
229 
322 
123 
134 

48 654 
65 404 

945 
57 262 

1 181 

35 199 

58.6 

49 238 
1 119 
9 697 

24.1 
23 846 

23 878 



1 186 

986 

57 917 

324 

8 756 

75 

2 304 
224 

8 923 



76 947 

68 990 
85 662 
80 645 

73 113 
88 839 

22 337 

16 537 
31 037 



945 

830 

494 

128 

879 

780 

458 

116 

60 

44 

36 

12 

266 

241 
122 

3 269 

928 
928 
699 
397 
137 



28 

3.0 
23 
28 
18 
12 
12 
12 
6 
16 
11 
16 
12 

36 

22 

136 

4.2 
59 
59 
32 



65 

166 
264 



1 555 

26 

95 

121 

290 

271 

430 

237 

61 

24 

34 089 

36 159 

1 166 

38 170 

1 385 

24 961 

65.3 

30 278 

1 381 

11 875 

44.0 

19 139 

13 964 



1 555 

1 350 

36 162 

257 

8 586 

71 

4 167 

211 

8 773 



38 727 

38 361 

39 164 

42 091 

43 996 

40 245 

17 343 

13 132 
29 624 



1 166 

988 
643 
323 
949 
816 
475 
241 
141 
103 
105 
46 



544 

389 
84 

4 017 



129 
129 
759 
320 
130 



72 

6.2 
24 
67 
48 
15 
5 
10 
10 
57 
19 
57 
38 

68 

10 

273 

6.8 
119 
119 
62 



136 
399 
794 



1 545 

21 

34 

63 

96 

209 

486 

415 

136 

85 

45 940 

53 531 

1 379 

47 287 

1 666 

31 045 

69.7 

34 327 

1 492 

11 277 

35.2 

19 979 

17 667 



1 545 

1 371 

53 107 

247 

8 596 

21 

3 605 

201 

9 040 



56 380 

58 177 
54 387 

57 447 

59 885 
54 705 

25 858 

10 687 
37 658 



1 379 

1 209 

749 

231 

1 298 

1 131 

706 

231 

48 

48 

26 



195 

166 
52 

4 665 

1 446 

1 446 

1 147 

280 

97 



20 

1.5 
16 
16 
6 
13 
11 
11 
6 
5 
5 
5 

24 

14 
10 

112 

2.4 
38 
38 
31 
18 
2 

76 
130 
414 



268 

21 
10 
32 
52 
46 
72 
23 
12 

30 000 

30 905 

72 

31 000 

144 

26 500 

57.6 

28 194 

216 

14 079 

16.7 

20 192 

21 278 



268 

142 

28 745 

143 

8 269 

10 

15 475 

49 

9 166 



37 476 

27 671 
40 056 
40 613 

39 500 

40 782 

15 538 

7 049 
21 198 



72 

49 

15 

4 

53 

41 
7 

10 

4 

4 

4 

236 

196 
120 

388 

15 

15 

9 

160 

149 



4 
5.6 

4 

4 

4 



4 

4 
4 
4 

37 

21 
6 

47 

12.1 
6 
6 

6 
6 

24 
47 
61 



16 250 

15 203 

6 

16 250 

5 
8 750 



6 

6 250 



7 488 

6 

6 

8 845 

6 
4 054 



15 203 

15 203 



15 203 

15 203 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 121 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data bosed on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Menasha city (pt.), Winnebago County 



Tract 25 (pt.) 



Tract 26.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 26.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 27 



Tract 28.98 
(pt.) 



Tract 29 



Tract 30.98 
(pt.) 



Neenah city, Winnebago County 



Tract 31 



(pt.) Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 33 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 — 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Meon Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 yeors and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



4 
9 

23 

6 

17 

7 

5 

32 188 

51 108 

36 

53 498 

50 

42 226 

66.0 

44 600 

58 

13 438 

37.9 

20 714 

28 707 



71 

63 

40 812 

21 

9 199 



32 
6 143 

50 740 

69 600 
37 268 
50 740 

69 600 
37 268 



491 

6 

7 

28 

113 

114 

104 

79 

29 

11 

34 013 

37 897 

386 

36 098 

480 

22 159 
64.4 

28 295 
476 

11 296 
48.1 

18 967 

13 949 



491 

430 

38 025 

99 

10 459 

15 

2 607 

70 

6 179 



41 298 

39 606 

43 099 

44 364 

43 392 

45 401 

29 373 

24 556 
36 255 



818 

37 

63 

42 

184 

101 

213 

117 

25 

36 

33 902 

38 476 

582 

37 750 

758 

25 811 

75.3 

30 768 

744 

10 237 

39.5 

15 855 

14 142 



818 

735 

40 522 

77 

5 275 

48 

4 209 

24 

4 295 



45 536 

43 851 
49 040 
51 667 
51 539 
51 932 

15 189 

11 698 
24 207 



1 109 

45 

62 

95 

231 

222 

317 

112 

15 

10 

30 525 

33 185 

789 

32 331 

952 

23 871 

58.0 

27 500 

977 

10 301 

34.7 

18 212 

13 354 



1 109 

847 

31 520 

406 

8 586 

54 

2 701 
222 

6 465 



38 111 

33 636 
41 197 
41 800 

38 880 
43 450 

21 899 

16 573 
27 225 



1 646 

63 

195 

182 

344 

332 

297 

152 

74 

7 

26 175 

29 974 

1 117 

31 476 

1 376 

21 218 

60.6 

28 710 

1 374 

9 818 

35.8 

18 697 

12 353 



1 646 

1 330 
30 760 

476 
7 250 

135 
3 989 

266 
5 509 



35 555 

33 199 

37 557 
39 004 

39 351 

38 718 

20 710 

11 149 
31 426 



1 178 

51 
228 
180 
300 
157 
212 

50 



18 763 

22 443 

636 

24 318 

861 

17 730 

49.4 

28 107 

988 

8 942 

32.8 

14 091 

10 107 



1 178 

815 
113 
375 
7 086 
139 

4 510 
185 

5 920 



25 



27 270 

25 024 

29 949 

30 923 

29 445 
32 352 

14 567 

13 134 
17 887 



701 

16 

76 

78 

119 

147 

140 

75 

21 

29 

28 059 

38 411 

445 

33 984 

609 

21 366 

53.5 

30 526 

658 

10 574 

25.8 

18 309 

15 526 



701 

562 

36 679 

214 

9 215 

64 

3 330 

125 

6 525 



46 946 

36 985 
58 399 

53 625 

47 832 
58 642 

18 889 

9 918 

54 775 



993 

33 

86 

124 

197 

200 

159 

106 

20 

68 

27 848 

41 303 

632 

35 000 

880 

22 661 

55.8 

29 213 

837 

8 668 

39.3 

19 632 

16 092 



993 

773 

42 727 

286 

8 539 

81 

3 612 

215 

6 478 



51 943 

53 710 
50 012 
57 816 

62 791 

52 877 

10 494 

8 535 
16 502 



972 

10 

43 

63 

181 

175 

207 

149 

81 

63 

36 029 

46 831 

728 

39 886 

874 

27 143 

56.6 

34 427 

810 

13 714 

31.0 

18 826 

19 113 



972 

768 

45 127 

295 

9 732 

16 

1 073 

246 

8 630 



53 601 

51 924 
55 472 
57 368 

59 418 
55 449 

20 188 

20 303 
18 718 



1 


386 




47 




148 




154 




297 




230 




321 




143 




40 




6 


27 


676 


29 


843 




818 


34 


312 


1 


165 


21 


276 




64.1 


26 


929 


1 


099 


10 77 




38.1 


16 


182 


12 


866 


1 


386 


1 


077 


31 


611 




405 


7 


777 




73 


3 


664 




257 


5 


844 


36 


181 


35 


540 


36 773 


39 528 


41 


590 


37 835 


20 528 


15 


573 


28 


235 



36 


386 


582 


789 


1 117 


636 


445 


632 


728 


818 


28 


318 


550 


549 


910 


462 


355 


523 


579 


623 


15 


199 


393 


347 


533 


351 


246 


336 


384 


408 


15 


71 


190 


156 


244 


234 


99 


149 


174 


188 


36 


308 


460 


637 


857 


474 


362 


542 


641 


659 


28 


250 


453 


449 


688 


362 


277 


450 


511 


519 


15 


159 


310 


245 


398 


233 


168 


276 


310 


312 


15 


65 


128 


120 


170 


190 


67 


134 


145 


160 


- 


68 


86 


94 


193 


126 


65 


61 


69 


115 


- 


62 


61 


55 


164 


70 


60 


48 


58 


60 


- 


40 


62 


57 


111 


93 


60 


46 


64 


70 


- 


6 


49 


26 


62 


30 


32 


13 


24 


17 


35 


148 


322 


410 


661 


651 


350 


471 


296 


731 


35 


105 


236 


320 


529 


542 


256 


361 


244 


568 


5 


23 


31 


145 


213 


246 


96 


125 


87 


167 


128 


1 331 


2 209 


2 661 


3 897 


2 599 


1 747 


2 533 


2 422 


3 204 


13 


374 


697 


597 


951 


684 


444 


737 


668 


778 


13 


374 


685 


597 


951 


684 


444 


730 


651 


778 


- 


293 


480 


399 


668 


428 


337 


517 


494 


498 


46 


125 


42 


503 


557 


412 


229 


326 


419 


449 


_ 


45 


24 


217 


244 


209 


104 


168 


191 


198 


_ 


6 


42 


22 


101 


92 


47 


55 


11 


41 


- 


1.6 


7.2 


2.8 


9.0 


14.5 


10.6 


8.7 


1.5 


5.0 


- 


6 


17 


16 


75 


29 


47 


42 


5 


21 


- 


6 


37 


22 


85 


72 


47 


55 


11 


41 


- 


6 


32 


11 


53 


41 


18 


23 


11 


20 


- 


- 


5 


- 


40 


50 


7 


15 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


23 


7 


15 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


43 


7 


15 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


35 


- 


10 


_ 


2 


- 


6 


37 


17 


61 


42 


34 


36 


11 


28 


- 


6 


17 


11 


61 


6 


34 


23 


5 


10 


- 


6 


37 


17 


61 


29 


34 


36 


11 


28 


- 


6 


32 


6 


41 


6 


18 


13 


11 


12 


- 


18 


49 


87 


123 


103 


61 


54 


48 


106 


- 


- 


23 


63 


67 


60 


23 


31 


21 


84 


- 


- 


6 


32 


37 


20 


12 


26 


8 


24 


- 


37 


161 


142 


470 


442 


193 


256 


79 


242 


- 


2.8 


7.3 


5.3 


12.1 


17.0 


11.0 


10.1 


3.3 


7.6 


- 


13 


78 


33 


187 


172 


78 


121 


37 


88 


- 


13 


66 


33 


187 


172 


78 


121 


20 


88 


- 


7 


38 


23 


121 


128 


58 


86 


15 


59 


- 


- 


10 


32 


63 


41 


12 


26 


8 


29 


~ 


_ 


6 


14 


59 


31 


- 


19 


4 


17 


- 


32 


78 


36 


91 


142 


70 


49 


40 


72 


11 


68 


198 


229 


602 


542 


248 


351 


85 


320 


11 


195 


430 


508 


1 223 


1 107 


437 


622 


344 


821 



122 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Neenah city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 35 Tract 36 (pt.] 



Tract 37.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 37.02 
(pt.) 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County 



Tract 1 



Tract 2 Tract 3 (pt.) Tract 4 (pt.) 



Tract 5 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 — 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars). 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 yeors 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With reloted children under 5 yeors 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 yeors 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



1 695 

33 

160 

124 

433 

367 

353 

160 

57 

8 

27 627 

30 628 
1 188 

31 875 

1 500 

21 203 

61.7 

26 293 

1 536 

10 179 

36.1 

16 202 

12 729 



1 695 

1 264 
32 084 

546 
8 586 

117 
3 612 

356 
6 530 



34 612 

36 296 
33 341 

35 030 

38 654 
32 424 

31 945 

23 356 
41 012 



1 188 

896 

529 

217 

1 028 

778 

435 

182 

111 

75 

64 

17 

650 

507 
222 

4 081 

928 
928 
628 
632 
267 



49 

4.1 
27 
33 
26 
30 
14 
14 
14 
13 

7 
13 

6 

101 

58 

27 

258 

6.3 

76 
76 
36 
42 



54 
411 
980 



1 092 

28 

109 

96 

221 

216 

222 

160 

34 

6 

29 461 

32 253 

703 

35 493 

917 

25 126 

65.9 

29 815 

1 021 

10 546 

40.2 

15 786 

12 659 



1 092 

920 

33 674 

280 

6 728 

71 

4 115 
131 

5 738 



38 590 

34 739 
43 704 
43 164 

40 484 
46 355 

21 362 

18 512 
31 497 



703 

624 
407 
190 
541 
489 
294 
157 
123 

96 
102 

28 

497 

389 
127 

2 593 

721 
717 
503 
193 



19 

2.7 
14 
19 
9 



19 

14 
19 
9 

60 

40 
15 

129 

5.0 

54 
50 
24 
15 

7 

11 
284 



1 055 

35 

77 

29 

113 

101 

197 

297 

114 

92 

47 644 

55 418 

833 

54 820 

1 025 

35 792 

58.1 

49 557 

1 010 

9 083 

22.9 

22 560 

20 423 



1 055 

869 

55 840 

306 

8 835 

75 

2 304 
220 

8 733 



64 744 

63 630 

65 945 
67 932 

67 911 
67 955 

22 337 

16 537 
31 037 



833 

729 
432 
107 
767 

679 

396 

95 

60 

44 
36 

12 

247 

222 

115 

2 881 

799 
799 
610 

377 
137 



28 

3.4 
23 
28 
18 
12 
12 
12 
6 

16 
11 
16 
12 

36 

22 

136 

4.7 
59 
59 
32 



65 
159 
257 



1 515 

26 

95 

114 

275 

265 

418 

237 

61 

24 

34 375 

36 388 

1 132 

38 480 

1 345 

25 013 
65.9 

30 185 
1 356 

12 101 
44.8 

19 139 

14 039 



1 515 

1 325 

36 435 

235 

8 660 

71 

4 167 

204 

8 732 



39 063 

38 326 

39 981 
42 632 

44 034 
41 214 

17 343 

13 132 
29 624 



1 132 

962 
636 
316 
915 
790 
468 
234 
141 
103 
105 
46 

538 

383 
84 

3 918 

1 104 

1 104 

742 

279 

117 



72 

6.4 
24 
67 
48 
15 
5 
10 
10 
57 
19 
57 
38 

68 

10 

273 

7.0 

119 
119 
62 



136 
399 
781 



395 



15 

14 

58 

180 

70 

37 

13 

45 504 

51 575 

369 

45 786 

416 

31 487 
77.6 

32 346 
348 

12 880 

44.5 

18 702 

14 810 



395 

376 

51 735 

17 

5 130 

4 

5 244 

10 

12 254 



51 870 

51 772 

52 146 
54 037 

54 275 

53 356 

17 689 

11 573 
34 000 



369 

346 

277 

101 

347 

324 

261 

101 

22 

22 

16 



26 

26 

1 390 

602 
602 
473 



1 340 

40 

180 

148 

305 

292 

263 

66 

16 

30 

24 833 

29 132 
855 

30 236 

1 117 

18 580 

55.2 

22 153 

1 217 

9 205 

30.4 

15 842 

12 160 



1 340 

1 059 

29 126 

379 

8 428 

93 

4 604 

207 

6 642 



34 165 

31 868 

36 612 

38 329 

37 224 

39 377 

16 729 

15 663 
19 224 



855 

680 
449 
252 
684 
539 
341 
201 
147 
117 
103 
46 

665 

485 
185 

177 

826 
818 
529 
420 
189 



76 

8.9 
67 
76 
44 
46 
37 
46 
32 
30 
30 
30 
12 

82 

46 

17 

376 

11.8 

177 

169 

82 

17 

12 

98 
616 

1 166 



1 176 

61 

189 

125 

276 

259 

138 

98 

19 

11 

22 500 

25 753 

634 

30 208 

884 

18 086 

59.8 

21 362 

1 063 

9 495 

31.0 

14 254 

10 980 



1 176 

858 

27 353 

359 

7 846 

103 

5 142 
149 

6 109 



34 427 

35 130 
33 556 
35 244 

38 205 
32 318 

23 678 

23 678 



634 

540 

359 

179 

511 

430 

254 

129 

73 

67 

73 

40 

668 

542 
253 

743 

725 
725 
473 
389 
190 



45 

7.1 
18 
39 
33 
21 

15 
15 
24 
18 
24 
18 

151 

113 
58 

349 

12.7 
118 
118 
52 
58 
35 

140 
487 
924 



1 719 

35 

114 

112 

348 

293 

293 

306 

118 

100 

33 720 

45 162 

1 188 

43 077 

1 572 

25 000 

53.4 

32 083 

1 565 

10 895 

28.5 

18 542 

18 042 



1 719 

1 387 

43 731 

490 

8 976 

98 

5 075 

264 

10 718 



54 428 

60 172 
50 211 
59 207 
68 664 
52 875 

28 890 

26 096 
32 129 



1 188 

956 

521 

195 

1 005 

805 
416 
157 
149 

117 
85 
26 

658 

531 
175 

4 156 

1 Oil 

1 Oil 

782 

663 

253 



27 

2.3 
27 
27 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
15 
15 
15 

112 

64 
19 

228 

5.5 
79 
79 
57 
19 
12 



52 

311 
782 



1 209 

24 

159 

90 

333 

282 

222 

77 

20 

2 

24 928 

27 262 

764 

30 397 

1 034 

19 342 

55.6 

22 961 

1 065 

10 142 
39.7 

17 129 

11 581 



1 209 

993 

26 319 

362 

7 975 

74 

3 965 

260 

5 749 



30 849 

32 309 
29 672 
34 476 

37 994 

31 969 

16 010 

13 683 
19 840 



764 

577 

348 

164 

608 

464 

260 

110 

127 

91 

79 

45 

604 

445 
126 

2 829 

634 
632 

451 
402 
143 



48 
6.3 
35 
32 
32 
10 
10 



38 

25 
32 
32 

91 

56 
7 

228 

8.1 
66 
64 
32 

7 

7 

55 
353 
811 



1 862 


64 


252 


302 


437 


394 


252 


117 


36 


8 


22 467 


25 418 


1 041 


28 856 


1 800 


13 089 


44.3 


21 971 


1 715 


7 280 


21.1 


17 440 


10 263 


1 862 


1 574 


24 328 


410 


7 813 


134 


5 435 


274 


7 721 


31 889 


27 157 


37 129 


36 349 


32 268 


39 898 


15 387 


15 416 


15 322 



1 041 

878 
567 
234 
774 
663 
366 
176 
206 
154 
157 
37 

1 531 

821 

195 

4 629 

1 031 

1 026 

686 

460 

175 



121 

11.6 
57 

110 
65 
46 
28 
41 
41 
75 
29 
69 
24 

683 

254 

7 

1 097 

23.7 

235 

230 

118 

18 

18 

417 

1 524 

2 238 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 123 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 6 



Tract 7 



Tract 8 Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



Tract 1 1 



Tract 12 Tract 13 (pt.) Tract 14 (pt.) Tract 15 (pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 - - — 

$5,000 to $9,999 - 

$10,000 to $14,999 - 

$15,000 to $24,999 - 

$25,000 to $34,999 - 

$35,000 to $49,999 -- - 

$50,000 to $74,999 - - 

$75,000 to $99,999 - - 

$100,000 or more — - 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years ond over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars)— 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 
determined 

Nonfomily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 
Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 yeors 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 yeors and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



788 

98 
370 
121 
124 
49 
20 
6 



8 289 

11 791 

145 

15 980 

497 

7 269 

17.7 

14 231 

679 

6 058 

19.9 

13 750 

6 542 



788 

434 

13 635 

339 

5 847 

205 

3 240 

79 

2 821 



17 117 

14 497 

21 534 

18 605 

15 734 

22 839 

15 065 

13 589 
17 807 



145 

123 
91 
65 
99 
84 
59 
59 
40 
33 
26 



927 

643 
243 

1 392 

201 
166 
93 
288 
190 



35 

24.1 
35 
35 
27 
21 
21 
21 
21 
8 



462 

218 

46 

584 

42.0 
100 
65 
39 
46 
30 

211 

846 

1 163 



803 

56 

152 

136 

226 

130 

63 

22 

13 

5 

17 146 

21 099 

253 

27 540 

2 480 

4 136 

9.2 

14 934 



021 
535 
6.1 
320 

329 



803 

707 

19 581 

97 

7 492 

19 

8 737 

74 
6 577 



32 567 

42 614 

22 439 
34 120 

45 745 

23 270 

29 204 

32 034 
21 000 



253 

199 
137 
69 
203 
162 
102 
55 
39 
26 
29 



1 471 

550 
54 

2 229 

263 
263 
162 
105 
72 



22 

8.7 
13 

5 

17 

13 



5 

5 

1 035 

337 

1 084 

48.6 
13 
13 
13 



533 
1 278 
1 608 



1 438 

29 

136 

156 

289 

300 

290 

172 

26 

40 

28 036 

34 595 

883 

34 196 

1 237 

21 708 

50.7 

25 613 

1 325 

9 393 

31.9 

15 878 

14 695 



1 438 

1 146 

31 940 

441 

8 771 

40 

4 299 

246 

6 924 



41 453 

34 308 

46 079 
43 964 

38 321 

47 444 

24 277 

15 930 
32 791 



883 

687 

353 

179 

755 

576 

288 

155 

101 

84 

57 

16 

814 

555 

181 

3 367 

742 
734 
500 
487 
226 



49 

5.5 

43 

49 

24 

6 

6 

6 

35 

29 

35 
16 

222 

76 
10 

394 

11.7 
112 
104 
77 
22 
16 

159 
540 
950 



874 

17 

69 

60 

157 

186 

225 

126 

23 

11 

32 075 

34 268 

643 

34 764 

839 

22 201 
60.7 

25 766 
908 

10 370 
33.8 

17 797 

12 537 



874 

740 

34 423 

241 

7 601 

48 

2 873 

148 

4 717 



36 301 

33 686 
39 128 
38 798 

38 051 

39 450 

22 899 

20 353 
31 383 



643 

559 

339 

131 

528 

449 

251 

131 

91 

86 

70 



323 

231 

104 

2 423 

692 
683 
469 
264 
145 



37 

5.8 
19 
26 

7 
24 

6 
13 

7 

13 
13 
13 

49 

23 

16 

186 

7.7 
75 
66 
49 
37 
26 

97 
289 
756 



1 172 

62 

118 

160 

323 

262 

170 

42 

18 

17 

22 681 
26 982 

654 
28 520 

934 

18 827 
49.9 

23 114 
967 

9 712 

23.2 

16 633 

13 040 



1 172 

849 

26 577 

449 

9 087 

53 

3 874 

206 

7 003 



34 324 

38 555 
32 179 
38 911 

50 155 
34 350 

19 881 

16 576 
23 369 



654 

391 

227 

88 

499 

310 
151 
70 
148 
81 
76 
18 

567 

518 

163 

2 322 

394 
387 
246 
568 
262 



38 

5.8 

17 

33 

18 

14 

9 

9 

9 

24 

8 

24 

9 

74 

67 
13 

176 

7.6 
50 
50 
20 

13 
6 

70 
257 
684 



1 835 

65 
278 
229 
415 
370 
303 
137 

34 
4 

23 345 
26 609 

1 100 
30 250 

1 410 

19 838 

53.5 

24 592 
1 733 
9 357 

30.7 
16 782 

11 686 



1 835 

1 271 

28 801 

717 

7 821 

97 

1 773 

337 

5 864 



32 445 

28 849 

34 916 

35 976 

36 237 
35 826 

18 183 

10 862 
28 777 



1 100 

802 
475 
190 
856 
623 
327 
127 
208 
154 
135 
57 

902 

735 
373 

3 957 

767 
767 
525 
868 
432 



78 

7.1 
52 
61 
27 
17 
11 



61 

41 
61 
27 

108 

76 
35 

313 

7.9 
105 
105 
69 
57 
30 

130 

527 

1 172 



900 

14 
135 
120 
226 
217 
160 

23 
5 

22 704 

23 898 
584 

27 365 

851 

14 902 

54.8 

20 462 

813 

8 019 

29.8 

13 077 



900 

709 

23 877 

298 

7 763 

71 

3 759 
117 

4 375 



27 398 

26 822 

27 867 

29 406 

30 226 

28 776 

18 687 

13 954 
24 854 



584 

442 

266 

124 

456 

347 

202 

87 

76 

43 

43 

23 

422 

316 

136 

2 177 

522 
522 
331 
353 
172 



51 

8.7 
32 
44 
30 
19 
12 
19 
12 
19 
7 
19 
12 

60 

37 
8 

221 

10.2 



42 



27 

338 
794 



1 198 

42 

103 

130 

265 

241 

303 

79 

25 

10 

27 049 

29 881 

826 

32 459 

1 052 

19 096 
59.4 

24 674 
1 143 

10 213 
35.5 

16 477 

12 214 



1 198 

952 

30 045 

365 

7 918 

52 

3 257 

227 

6 695 



35 014 

29 099 

39 697 
38 326 

34 661 

40 740 

19 410 

12 931 
31 695 



826 

649 
370 
147 
675 
531 
273 
128 
139 
106 
91 
19 

460 

372 
138 

2 917 

662 
662 
462 
395 
152 



50 

6.1 

36 

50 

20 

9 

9 

9 

9 

41 

27 

41 

11 

63 

35 

227 

7.8 
104 
104 
77 



58 
382 
864 



1 714 

64 
149 
210 
388 
388 
281 
182 
38 
14 

26 150 

29 605 
1 138 

30 169 

1 467 

20 117 
50.0 

27 845 
1 520 
9 923 

35.3 
16 086 

12 912 



1 714 

1 264 
28 780 

626 

8 654 

50 

2 900 
367 

5 810 



33 523 

32 511 

34 334 

35 748 

37 432 
34 700 

22 541 

19 861 
29 980 



1 138 

879 
521 
200 
946 
696 
378 
183 
185 
176 
136 
17 

723 

576 
268 

3 940 

854 
854 
593 
746 
353 



50 

4.4 
22 
38 
9 
28 



22 

22 

22 

9 

105 

84 
40 

255 

6.5 
57 
57 
41 
52 
31 

87 

370 

1 032 



1 355 

11 

150 

213 

359 

258 

196 

112 

23 

33 

23 727 

29 852 

845 

29 402 

1 141 

19 028 

55.4 

22 113 

1 172 

10 117 

29.3 

15 858 

12 482 



1 355 

1 000 

31 055 

410 

7 982 

100 

5 557 
216 

6 007 



36 124 

29 487 
41 978 
39 761 

33 825 
44 347 

16 270 

15 318 
18 887 



845 

682 

408 

145 

693 

557 

310 

126 

120 

99 

88 

19 

656 

510 
238 

3 233 

795 
795 
571 
508 
227 



31 

3.7 
20 
25 
18 
18 

7 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 

6 

127 

79 
32 

256 

7.9 
73 
73 
33 
38 
38 

25 

503 

1 024 



124 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



Remainder of Winnebago County 



Tract 3 (pt.) 



Tract 4 (pt.) 



Tract 9 (pt.) 



Tract 10 (pt.) 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income .. 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers „ 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 1 5 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers __ 
Median income (dollars) 



Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) .. 
With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 
With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 



MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 



Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder . 

65 years and over 



Persons 

Percent below poverty level. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years . 
Related children 5 to 1 7 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years ond over 



125 

7 
6 
36 
35 
17 
11 
13 

26 985 

36 551 

69 

35 250 

120 

24 875 

85.0 

26 176 

125 

8 036 

31.2 

16 250 

14 485 



125 

125 

35 431 

6 

1 740 



46 148 

55 724 
38 782 
48 251 

55 724 
41 656 

19 234 

19 234 



69 

69 
30 
24 
64 
64 
30 
24 
5 
5 



104 

56 

23 

324 

66 
66 
30 
23 
23 



Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 

CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



35 



35 

10.8 



23 
23 

6 

41 
74 



62 



7 


25 


15 


15 


32 188 


36 674 


62 


32 188 


459 


6 699 


34.2 


13 125 


67 


10 069 


38.8 


11 806 


7 861 


62 


62 


34 218 



36 674 

31 575 
39 894 
34 666 

31 575 

37 140 

50 225 

50 225 



62 

62 

24 

7 

54 

54 

24 

7 

8 

8 



177 

41 
41 
33 



66 



1 445 

32 

97 

69 

169 

210 

411 

338 

104 

15 

40 369 

41 902 
1 147 

43 311 

1 345 

29 341 

64.3 

32 023 

1 359 

11 457 

32.7 

20 648 

15 311 



1 445 

1 253 
43 085 

189 
9 370 

108 
4 472 

124 
6 116 



45 426 

40 874 
52 822 
50 645 

47 867 
54 287 

12 332 

11 219 
20 595 



1 147 

994 
721 
277 
966 
864 
559 
238 
160 
109 
141 
39 

380 

298 
47 

3 966 

1 202 

1 202 

873 

277 

126 



103 

9.0 
52 

103 
39 



103 

52 
103 
39 

47 

26 

10 

316 

8.0 
152 
152 
116 

10 
10 

72 
357 

532 



39 



7 


10 


16 


6 


36 563 


36 922 


39 


36 563 


42 


26 875 


73.8 


29 063 


45 


10 179 


42.2 


13 750 


13 267 


39 


37 


33 754 


4 


12 952 


6 840 


6 


7 905 


36 922 


36 183 


37 879 


38 634 


39 346 


37 879 



113 

27 
27 
23 

5 
2 



55 



9 


4 


9 


16 


11 


6 


39 792 


36 198 


31 


43 875 


57 


26 023 


75.4 


27 708 


38 


14 375 


60.5 


20 250 


17 573 


55 


46 


40 039 


13 


6 512 


4 


1 050 


43 006 


39 300 


43 896 


47 030 


39 300 


49 238 



31 

27 
6 
6 

27 

27 

6 
6 



35 

24 

9 

115 

13 
13 
7 
13 
13 



42 

8 
6 

11 

7 

10 
38 750 
61 917 

34 
46 250 

51 

19 375 

70.6 

37 143 

38 

11 136 
34.2 

40 153 

22 620 

42 

34 

71 583 

8 

7 200 

6 

12 000 



72 448 

26 457 
100 918 
72 448 

26 457 
100 918 



34 

34 

13 

7 

34 

34 

13 

7 



14 



112 

34 
34 
23 

8 
8 



37 
37 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 125 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 13 (pt.) 


Tract 14 (pt.) 


Tract 15 (pt.) 


Tract 16 (pt.) 




20 


24 


610 


- 


- 


6 


14 


- 


2 


- 


56 


- 


- 


- 


59 


- 


2 


8 


95 


- 


2 


- 


101 


- 


6 


10 


142 


- 


5 


- 


97 


- 


3 


- 


42 

4 

32 143 


_ 


47 500 


19 375 


- 


45 457 


23 760 


36 724 


- 


16 


14 


483 


- 


50 000 


19 688 


35 114 


_ 


18 


25 


1 165 


- 


36 250 


17 969 


11 113 


- 


55.6 


76.0 


39.7 


- 


38 750 


18 906 


22 446 


- 


18 


18 


755 


- 


12 500 


10 417 


8 161 


- 


27.8 


55.6 


28.7 


- 


21 875 


12 083 


18 140 


- 


19 195 


10 090 


10 894 


_ 


20 


24 


610 


- 


14 


24 


519 


- 


51 204 


23 760 


36 367 


- 


6 


- 


149 


- 


6 356 


- 


7 755 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


3 915 


- 


4 


- 


118 


- 


24 425 


- 


8 947 


_ 


S3 766 


28 674 


38 524 


- 


60 968 


41 000 


41 080 


- 


48 164 


19 430 


37 072 


- 


59 866 


28 674 


39 318 


- 


70 351 


41 000 


42 835 


- 


52 377 


19 430 


37 025 


_ 


37 510 


_ 


33 919 


- 


37 510 


- 


12 119 


- 


- 


- 


38 369 



17 (pt.) 


Tract 18 (pt.) 


Tract 19 (pt.) 


705 


1 184 


1 311 


17 


18 


26 


34 


27 


60 


48 


77 


90 


114 


123 


158 


161 


190 


259 


138 


303 


343 


140 


304 


234 


30 


97 


60 


23 


45 


81 


33 856 


42 421 


37 111 


38 947 


46 272 


45 030 


522 


1 017 


1 076 


36 458 


45 293 


40 464 


711 


1 290 


1 408 


25 165 


28 479 


24 392 


62.3 


63.4 


65.1 


28 464 


31 722 


27 759 


642 


1 083 


1 184 


9 766 


12 020 


11 364 


37.2 


33.2 


37.8 


15 815 


21 359 


18 604 


14 435 


16 287 


16 401 


705 


1 184 


1 311 


570 


1 053 


1 171 


40 697 


44 489 


41 343 


209 


255 


349 


7 813 


9 055 


7 479 


26 


37 


31 


2 396 


9 613 


4 524 


102 


131 


172 


9 812 


9 943 


7 602 


43 582 


47 480 


47 861 


39 096 


45 446 


46 461 


47 549 


49 387 


49 031 


45 272 


49 603 


49 425 


41 236 


47 303 


48 267 


48 651 


51 833 


50 397 


20 405 


24 538 


26 070 


19 390 


4 120 


19 045 


24 464 


29 374 


33 876 



Tract 20 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 — 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more— 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per copita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years ond over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With reloted children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years ond over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



126 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



16 
12 
7 

12 
10 
5 

2 
2 
2 



4 

4 
2 

47 

12 
12 
12 



2 

2 
2 

2 

4.3 



15 

10 

58 

15 
15 

15 



6 

10.3 



483 

384 

175 

97 

418 

344 

165 

92 

59 

34 

10 

5 

448 

127 
231 

1 763 

302 
297 
178 
363 
220 



29 

6.0 
20 
11 

5 
29 
20 
11 

5 



130 

13 
81 

209 

11.9 
25 
20 
16 
81 
63 

37 
413 
669 



522 

458 

245 

124 

485 

421 

221 

113 

30 

30 

24 

11 

270 

183 
62 

1 924 

534 
526 
408 
248 
104 



17 

3.3 

11 
11 
11 
6 



11 

11 
11 
11 

52 

30 
16 

102 

5.3 
35 
27 
16 
28 
10 

42 
130 
481 



1 017 

875 

514 

232 

926 

805 

478 

222 

47 

38 

9 



256 

167 
65 

3 347 

900 
900 
629 
331 
124 



27 

2.7 
18 
18 

18 

9 
9 

9 

9 
9 

35 

19 
19 

113 

3.4 
28 
28 
28 
19 



43 
145 
453 



1 076 

962 

502 

174 

995 

898 

457 

168 

38 

29 

26 



316 

235 

103 

3 635 

955 
955 
749 
387 
143 



46 

4.3 

40 

32 

12 

31 

25 

20 

9 

9 

9 

9 

39 

29 
16 

184 

5.1 
62 
62 
47 
33 
15 

71 
226 
606 



1 985 


36 


152 


172 


389 


477 


407 


282 


46 


24 


29 583 


33 241 


1 516 


32 327 


2 025 


20 846 


57.4 


25 166 


1 850 


9 616 


34.4 


14 494 


12 168 


1 985 


1 652 


32 380 


556 


7 974 


93 


4 023 


289 


7 038 


36 523 


35 925 


37 103 


38 188 


38 849 


37 560 


24 907 


15 735 


35 024 



1 516 

1 278 

757 

267 

1 328 

1 147 

655 

249 

143 

87 

78 

17 

592 

469 
208 

5 351 

1 474 

1 472 

1 103 

671 

223 



75 

4.9 
62 
67 
35 
50 
39 
42 
30 
25 
23 
25 
5 

80 

44 
12 

377 

7.0 
160 
160 
91 
18 
12 

160 
505 
420 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 19 Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 21 



Tract 22 



Tract 23 



Tract 24 


Tract 25 (pt.) 


Trod 26.01 (pt.) 


Tract 26.02 (pt.) 


Tract 28.98 (pt.) 


1 868 


1 524 


825 


688 


172 


13 


55 


27 


29 


11 


55 


133 


15 


20 


4 


95 


187 


49 


32 


17 


141 


320 


186 


77 


34 


272 


347 


108 


110 


15 


491 


279 


165 


243 


51 


515 


121 


182 


150 


31 


182 


53 


36 


27 




104 


29 


57 


_ 


9 


46 187 


26 373 


37 292 


39 150 


35 568 


54 195 


31 826 


43 618 


39 008 


40 023 


1 586 


788 


640 


539 


137 


48 735 


33 693 


41 094 


41 328 


36 875 


1 915 


1 186 


853 


674 


188 


31 569 


21 596 


23 810 


27 218 


21 250 


71.0 


62.1 


62.0 


73.9 


56.9 


36 695 


26 357 


32 470 


30 577 


35 956 


1 647 


1 238 


731 


663 


159 


13 007 


11 287 


10 967 


9 384 


8 295 


40.8 


34.4 


38.9 


42.2 


34.0 


20 806 


16 676 


18 155 


17 500 


15 000 


18 698 


15 353 


16 447 


13 318 


14 379 


1 868 


1 524 


825 


688 


172 


1 712 


1 230 


721 


636 


132 


51 222 


31 664 


42 002 


39 816 


45 463 


259 


372 


187 


77 


46 


9 273 


8 135 


8 604 


6 734 


8 413 


61 


74 


28 


13 


_ 


2 867 


3 504 


3 519 


4 077 


_ 


193 


164 


129 


58 


41 


6 350 


6 285 


5 903 


5 458 


3 531 


55 515 


40 370 


46 444 


42 530 


45 259 


50 842 


41 276 


40 940 


39 371 


52 236 


60 480 


39 584 


50 043 


46 293 


36 566 


57 836 


45 705 


49 798 


44 455 


49 352 


53 474 


52 394 


43 203 


42 132 


56 710 


62 520 


41 046 


54 550 


46 963 


39 442 


27 970 


17 363 


20 843 


17 142 


20 883 


18 420 


11 837 


5 000 


17 618 


13 000 


40 343 


28 157 


22 396 


14 000 


24 824 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more — 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent yeor-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars). - 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined - 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder ■ 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



1 019 


39 


79 


95 


238 


198 


203 


127 


30 


10 


28 040 


31 624 


802 


31 250 


1 092 


19 049 


56.9 


23 558 


928 


8 267 


33.1 


15 028 


11 542 


1 019 


847 


31 140 


317 


7 889 


55 


3 632 


129 


5 925 


34 706 


35 366 


34 228 


35 692 


36 945 


34 789 


24 769 


20 006 


27 025 



802 

665 

351 

127 

714 

597 

304 

117 

56 

38 

27 

7 

304 

217 
88 

2 823 

708 
702 
516 
415 
166 



46 

5.7 
18 
28 
19 
40 
18 
24 
17 
6 

4 
2 

84 

44 
26 

251 

8.9 

75 
69 
39 
57 
40 

62 
414 
856 



2 347 


52 


166 


216 


377 


452 


593 


349 


70 


72 


32 889 


36 845 


1 824 


37 147 


2 363 


22 929 


57.1 


29 375 


2 108 


8 948 


30.8 


16 717 


13 751 


2 347 


1 880 


37 461 


723 


8 181 


97 


3 536 


424 


7 615 


40 691 


41 057 


40 409 


42 007 


43 885 


40 601 


25 425 


16 987 


34 899 



1 824 

1 469 

826 

309 

1 651 

1 328 

727 

279 

121 

95 

66 

18 

661 

523 
245 

6 269 

1 642 

1 642 

1 243 

873 

350 



66 

3.6 
46 
49 
21 
35 
20 
20 
10 
28 
23 
26 
11 

87 

51 
35 

308 

4.9 
106 
106 

74 
51 
21 

117 

502 

1 349 



1 225 


17 


28 


58 


181 


193 


354 


268 


73 


53 


40 471 


44 863 


1 041 


42 625 


1 326 


26 667 


68.0 


32 667 


1 134 


10 350 


35.9 


18 705 


15 791 


1 225 


1 084 


43 819 


268 


8 893 


27 


3 811 


133 


9 869 


47 687 


46 010 


49 046 


48 834 


47 144 


50 197 


25 201 


23 376 


26 587 



1 041 

929 

478 

195 

970 

870 

445 

189 

44 

34 

19 

4 

239 

184 
74 

3 477 

930 
925 
670 
344 
109 



16 

1.5 
16 
10 
6 
12 
12 



42 

20 
19 

94 

2.7 
24 
21 
13 
19 
11 

44 
172 
487 



1 586 

1 416 

843 

378 

1 458 

1 312 

771 

359 

101 

77 

67 

19 

390 

282 
95 



5 332 

1 560 

1 560 

1 096 

307 

97 



68 

4.3 
38 
50 
33 
52 
26 
34 
29 
16 
12 
16 
4 

69 

15 
14 

329 

6.2 
121 
121 
74 
53 



108 
360 
585 



788 

650 

366 

178 

626 

518 

257 

123 

127 

97 

84 

48 

912 

736 
183 

138 

613 
613 
367 
408 
155 



55 

7.0 

35 

55 

43 

7 

7 

7 

7 

48 

28 

48 

36 

115 

74 
31 

261 

8.3 
83 
83 

33 
31 
13 

104 
343 
750 



640 

524 

253 

101 

554 

465 

232 

91 

56 

39 

5 



265 

185 
47 

2 138 

496 
496 
356 
220 

64 



22 

3.4 

11 
10 



11 

11 
5 

42 

10 

107 

5.0 
25 
25 
25 
6 



65 
144 
404 



539 

501 

298 

92 

501 

463 

265 

92 

38 

38 

33 



195 

149 
44 

1 910 

558 

552 

439 

82 

18 



16 

3.0 



36 

28 

15 

102 

5.3 
39 
33 
31 
15 
15 

49 
156 
292 



137 

93 

76 

27 

115 

83 

66 

21 

18 

6 

6 

6 

47 

35 
14 

480 

138 
138 

100 
50 

7 



15 

15 

7 

15 

3.1 



7 
7 

4 

15 

100 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 127 



Table 19. Income and Poverty Status in 1989: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Males 15 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers _- 

Median income (dollars) 

Females 1 5 years and over, with income 

Median income (dollars) 

Percent year-round full-time workers 

Median income (dollars) 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 (pt.) 



Tract 31.98 (pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 36 (pt.) 



Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) .. 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

With retirement income 

Mean retirement income (dollars) 



MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars)- 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

No own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 yeors 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 



Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 
Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 yeors and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 yeors and over 



Persons 

Percent below poverty level. 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years _ 
Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Persons 75 yeors and over 



Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level . 
Persons below 1 25 percent of poverty level 
Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 



128 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



99 



15 


6 


29 


7 


29 


4 


9 


24 792 


31 692 


66 


40 441 


64 


27 083 


65.6 


35 000 


112 


9 605 


40.2 


14 375 


15 363 


99 


69 


33 478 


42 


8 028 


5 


1 512 


38 046 


33 077 


40 704 


41 941 


40 869 


42 447 


22 170 


11 000 


31 744 



9 

9 
9 

22 

10.7 



22 
9 



22 
41 



131 

7 

8 
8 

32 

25 

9 

42 

63 353 

145 823 

112 

70 415 

156 

34 000 

61.5 

42 348 

109 

12 337 

35.8 

31 458 

49 538 



131 


117 


73 338 


18 


7 410 


4 


19 354 


167 707 


106 342 


243 800 


167 707 


106 342 


243 800 



66 


112 


42 


101 


23 


62 


23 


21 


53 


112 


36 


101 


17 


62 


17 


21 


13 


_ 


6 


_ 


6 


_ 


6 


- 


38 


19 


33 


19 


18 


7 


205 


388 


29 


129 


29 


129 


7 


89 


44 


20 


18 


- 


6 




9.1 


- 



Tract 37.01 (pt.) 



40 



7 
15 

6 
12 



24 286 

27 480 

34 

23 214 

40 

24 286 
45.0 

39 000 

25 

2 500- 



10 968 



40 


25 


21 703 


22 


7 790 


7 


9 960 


27 529 


41 500 


23 907 


27 529 


41 500 


23 907 



34 

26 

7 

7 

34 

26 

7 
7 



6 

6 

99 

25 
25 

17 
41 
13 



Tract 37.02 (pt.) 



1 150 


21 


26 


48 


82 


151 


306 


345 


99 


72 


46 471 


54 204 


1 010 


49 737 


1 250 


30 689 


67.0 


35 208 


1 144 


10 654 


32.3 


20 500 


18 870 


1 150 


995 


53 625 


230 


8 853 


17 


3 219 


191 


8 872 


58 027 


62 045 


54 773 


58 691 


63 238 


54 938 


32 770 


7 851 


38 703 



1 010 

863 

472 

130 

951 

807 

445 

130 

26 

26 

10 



169 

140 
52 

3 275 

844 
844 
674 
280 
97 

20 

2.0 
16 
16 
6 
13 
11 
11 
6 
5 
5 
5 

24 

14 
10 

112 

3.4 
38 
38 
3) 
18 
2 

76 
114 
332 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 20. Social and Labor Force Characteristics of White Persons: 1990 

[Threshold and complementary threshold are 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Oshkosh- 
-Neenah, Wl MSA 



Calumet County 



Outagamie County 



Total Appleton city (pt.) 



Winnebogo County 



Total 



Neenah city 



Oshkosh city 



Outagamie County 



Tract 130 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

In linguistically isolated households 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled In school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Worked in MSA/PMSA of residence 

Central city 

Outside central city 

Worked outside MSA/PMSA of residence 

LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Females 16 years and over 

Employed 

Unemployed 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With o mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 



306 991 

304 048 
2 943 



344 



283 966 


8 010 


2 209 


479 


81 249 


6 983 


4 300 


52 584 


44 563 


21 682 


18 838 


192 863 


16 599 


19 621 


80 995 


28 568 


14 381 


23 561 


9 138 


81.2 


17.0 



1 217 



283 966 


167 333 


115 836 


43 414 


34 421 


21 904 


16 097 


797 


154 269 


137 020 


123 345 


13 675 


1 625 


9 768 


5 856 


15.9 


143 809 


81 417 


62 392 


10 460 


233 507 


163 042 


156 419 


6 450 


4.0 


120 375 


71 233 


2 837 


19 225 


12 930 


20 882 


16 923 


16 940 


3 002 


770 


1 033 


554 


135 


335 


177 254 


133 785 


101 410 


194 998 


4 803 


2 129 


704 


3 627 


11 385 


5 917 


4 301 


183 613 


153 705 


34 866 


5 581 


4 150 


3 293 



33 857 

33 704 
153 



66 



31 079 


1 208 


289 


88 


8 930 


806 


614 


6 798 


5 752 


1 326 


1 105 


20 734 


2 410 


1 764 


9 700 


2 755 


1 429 


2 057 


619 


79.9 


12.9 



1 476 



31 079 


20 382 


10 667 


2 552 


4 973 


1 411 


1 731 


30 


17 141 


14 620 


12 837 


1 783 


67 


1 311 


1 143 


16.9 


15 330 


4 475 


10 855 


1 811 


24 552 


17 982 


17 339 


639 


3.6 


12 432 


7 659 


369 


2 356 


1 631 


2 563 


2 192 


1 849 


412 


77 


132 


87 



37 



18 934 


14 687 


11 424 


20 766 


508 


182 


62 


408 


1 086 


605 


377 


19 680 


16 940 


3 525 


530 


356 


331 



136 205 

134 897 
1 308 



159 



125 357 


3 376 


1 004 


220 


35 572 


3 229 


1 934 


24 741 


20 330 


7 602 


5 808 


84 863 


7 487 


7 836 


36 425 


11 835 


6 976 


10 593 


3 711 


81.9 


16.9 



1 270 



125 357 


75 663 


49 340 


16 136 


17 461 


9 382 


6 361 


354 


68 804 


61 143 


55 511 


5 632 


755 


4 165 


2 741 


16.3 


63 949 


31 628 


32 321 


4 855 


101 827 


72 661 


69 785 


2 810 


3.9 


52 326 


31 620 


1 169 


8 852 


5 879 


9 729 


7 832 


7 275 


1 237 


290 


348 


197 


43 


108 


77 815 


59 006 


45 621 



85 981 



2 083 


833 


253 


1 570 


4 914 


2 736 


1 673 


81 067 


68 506 


14 356 


2 095 


1 561 


1 174 



54 288 

53 502 
786 



72 



50 182 


1 711 


404 


108 


14 124 


1 319 


770 


8 828 


7 542 


3 977 


2 494 


34 934 


2 395 


2 851 


12 451 


5 728 


3 121 


6 030 


2 358 


85.0 


24.0 



1 108 



50 182 


27 488 


22 467 


10 452 


3 716 


5 210 


3 089 


227 


27 513 


24 491 


22 230 


2 261 


548 


1 913 


561 


15.3 


26 462 


17 838 


8 624 


1 051 


41 731 


29 029 


27 931 


1 073 


3.7 


22 088 


13 157 


471 


3 344 


2 200 


3 695 


3 025 


2 816 


496 


105 


134 


104 


4 


26 


31 398 


23 418 


17 951 


34 403 


784 


392 


139 


536 


2 143 


1 229 


647 


32 260 


27 209 


6 589 


938 


751 


480 



136 929 

135 447 
1 482 



119 



27 530 


3 426 


916 


171 


36 747 


2 948 


1 752 


21 045 


18 481 


12 754 


11 925 


87 266 


6 702 


10 021 


34 870 


13 978 


5 976 


10 911 


4 808 


80.8 


18.0 



1 105 



127 530 


71 288 


55 829 


24 726 


11 987 


11 111 


8 005 


413 


68 324 


61 257 


54 997 


6 260 


803 


4 292 


1 972 


15.3 


64 530 


45 314 


19 216 


3 794 


107 128 


72 399 


69 295 


3 001 


4.2 


55 617 


31 954 


1 299 


8 017 


5 420 


8 590 


6 899 


7 816 


1 353 


403 


553 


270 


84 


190 


80 505 


60 092 


44 365 


88 251 


2 212 


1 114 


389 


1 649 


5 385 


2 576 


2 251 


82 866 


68 259 


16 985 


2 956 


2 233 


1 788 



22 733 

22 416 
317 



20 958 


502 


138 


13 


5 586 


688 


442 


3 823 


3 337 


1 075 


906 


14 660 


864 


1 450 


5 910 


2 322 


1 134 


2 123 


857 


84.2 


20.3 



1 311 



20 958 


11 708 


9 180 


4 863 


1 842 


1 363 


1 112 


70 


10 990 


9 983 


9 190 


793 


77 


710 


220 


13.5 


10 676 


7 205 


3 471 


314 


17 047 


11 666 


11 135 


521 


4.5 


8 977 


5 000 


205 


1 543 


986 


1 614 


1 251 


1 066 


318 


122 


105 


22 


19 


64 


12 579 


9 985 


7 917 


14 222 


285 


147 


35 


206 


889 


419 


397 


13 333 


11 017 


2 655 


340 


263 


182 



53 134 

52 439 
695 



60 



49 813 


1 493 


344 


78 


16 543 


1 008 


600 


6 892 


6 006 


8 643 


8 327 


32 047 


2 592 


4 191 


11 671 


5 465 


1 934 


4 175 


2 019 


78.8 


19.3 



867 



49 813 


24 169 


25 447 


12 698 


2 375 


6 071 


4 303 


197 


26 125 


22 611 


19 795 


2 816 


521 


2 499 


494 


13.9 


24 510 


21 760 


2 750 


1 615 


43 204 


27 907 


26 562 


1 297 


4.7 


23 008 


12 875 


593 


2 751 


1 793 


2 934 


2 423 


3 972 


492 


135 


251 


156 


29 


57 


32 513 


22 786 


15 099 


35 098 


967 


497 


184 


730 


2 242 


1 000 


963 


32 856 


26 271 


7 179 


1 301 



2 473 

2 470 
3 



2 267 

23 

7 



800 

85 
71 
579 
479 
136 
127 

1 402 

207 
139 
721 
150 

97 
60 
28 

75.3 
6.3 



1 610 



267 

783 
484 

10 
230 
158 

86 



1 167 

956 
892 

64 
8 

53 
150 
19.3 
580 

90 
490 
587 



1 753 



241 

185 

56 

4.5 

809 

534 

15 

148 

108 

234 

173 

172 

14 

5 

9 

4 



1 402 

1 078 
759 



1 514 

19 



11 

114 

61 

47 

1 400 

1 170 

144 

13 



823 



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APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 129 



Table 21. Occupation, Income in 1989, and Poverty Status in 1989 of White Persons: 1990 

[Threshold and complementary threshold are 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Oshkosh- 




-Neenah, Wl MSA 


Calumet County 


156 419 


17 339 


15 621 


1 550 


18 757 


1 618 


5 457 


528 


16 926 


1 452 


23 821 


2 214 


317 


34 


1 941 


140 


17 598 


1 761 


4 733 


1 246 


18 626 


2 223 


18 950 


2 787 


6 291 


777 


7 381 


1 009 


113 949 


11 742 


2 832 


262 


9 149 


830 


9 333 


825 


20 368 


1 923 


21 297 


2 256 


26 524 


3 246 


17 218 


1 716 


4 391 


447 


2 837 


237 


32 110 


34 081 


36 961 


37 189 


81 890 


9 268 


37 391 


37 566 


13 853 


12 967 


113 949 


11 742 


93 660 


9 881 


37 253 


37 280 


29 828 


2 919 


8 203 


8 042 


5 249 


497 


3 798 


3 905 


42 619 


41 078 


42 162 


41 072 


45 428 


43 208 


46 436 


44 055 


22 647 


22 286 


17 407 


16 830 



Outagamie County 



Total Appleton city (pt.) 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Neenah city 



Oshkosh city 



Outagamie County 



OCCUPATION 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less thon $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 — 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 — 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 
(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 

All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 yeors and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 



81 890 


68 250 


42 067 


17 475 


70 534 


59 389 


35 094 


15 221 


8 424 


6 404 


5 430 


1 751 


42 765 


32 059 


12 047 


298 023 


80 357 


80 145 


57 355 


34 866 


3 597 


4.4 


2 203 


2 882 


1 535 


1 572 


924 


965 


538 


1 870 


1 153 


1 789 


934 


7 847 


4 143 


1 741 


19 197 


6.4 


5 936 


5 753 


3 648 


2 470 


6 411 


28 555 



9 268 


7 956 


5 149 


2 016 


8 122 


7 062 


4 477 


1 846 


761 


583 


487 


141 


3 087 


2 474 


1 080 


33 539 


10 250 


10 218 


7 445 


3 525 


375 


4.0 


218 


292 


135 


198 


117 


123 


66 


159 


95 


157 


67 


405 


259 


161 


1 608 


4.8 


618 


588 


384 


268 


560 


2 501 



69 785 


7 213 


8 168 


2 509 


8 294 


10 571 


102 


695 


7 386 


2 191 


8 680 


7 764 


2 848 


3 364 


49 520 


1 104 


3 508 


3 590 


8 215 


9 147 


12 191 


8 504 


1 948 


1 313 


34 082 


38 448 


36 604 


38 605 


14 099 


49 520 


41 252 


38 845 


12 488 


8 260 


2 029 


3 699 


43 789 


44 009 


46 268 


47 754 


24 824 


19 270 



36 604 


30 772 


19 359 


8 099 


31 892 


27 101 


16 470 


7 171 


3 458 


2 668 


2 233 


712 


16 682 


12 916 


4 704 


133 394 


37 770 


37 715 


26 983 


14 356 


1 446 


4.0 


864 


1 101 


602 


697 


424 


403 


198 


686 


392 


642 


383 


2 294 


1 412 


705 


6 905 


5.2 


2 316 


2 270 


1 431 


1 071 


2 154 


10 627 



27 931 


3 563 


4 542 


1 073 


3 725 


4 321 


35 


355 


3 Oil 


166 


2 817 


2 509 


718 


1 096 


21 112 


509 


1 623 


1 691 


3 703 


3 877 


4 795 


3 342 


877 


695 


32 631 


38 552 


14 440 


38 648 


15 187 


21 112 


17 033 


38 861 


5 703 


8 595 


996 


3 894 


45 435 


46 356 


49 030 


52 056 


24 642 


19 772 



14 440 


11 809 


7 391 


3 067 


12 192 


10 119 


5 969 


2 647 


1 810 


1 367 


1 202 


341 


8 459 


6 672 


2 399 


52 450 


13 772 


13 757 


9 698 


6 589 


587 


4.1 


332 


469 


264 


230 


146 


142 


76 


347 


176 


317 


184 


1 078 


712 


334 


2 946 


5.6 


1 006 


991 


603 


465 


899 


4 639 



69 295 


6 858 


8 971 


2 420 


7 180 


11 036 


181 


1 106 


8 451 


1 296 


7 723 


8 399 


2 666 


3 008 


52 687 


1 466 


4 811 


4 918 


10 230 


9 894 


11 087 


6 998 


1 996 


1 287 


30 075 


35 513 


36 018 


35 941 


13 828 


52 687 


42 527 


35 701 


14 421 


8 186 


2 723 


3 853 


41 827 


40 438 


45 142 


45 649 


20 922 


15 993 



36 018 


29 522 


17 559 


7 360 


30 520 


25 226 


14 147 


6 204 


4 205 


3 153 


2 710 


898 


22 996 


16 669 


6 263 


131 090 


32 337 


32 212 


22 927 


16 985 


1 776 


4.9 


1 121 


1 489 


798 


677 


383 


439 


274 


1 025 


666 


990 


484 


5 148 


2 472 


875 


10 684 


8.2 


3 002 


2 895 


1 833 


1 131 


3 697 


15 427 



11 135 

1 180 
1 414 

604 

1 112 

1 774 

15 

131 

1 108 

85 

1 187 

1 579 

498 

448 



8 965 

206 

707 

713 

1 695 

1 594 

2 039 
1 298 

433 

280 

32 377 

38 415 

6 290 

38 297 

15 198 



8 965 

7 240 
39 418 

2 370 

8 380 
485 

3 488 



44 973 

44 946 
48 581 

50 962 

21 173 

16 500 



6 290 


5 187 


3 338 


1 402 


5 343 


4 455 


2 692 


1 168 


691 


501 


497 


157 


3 417 


2 675 


927 


22 536 


6 161 


6 139 


4 375 


2 655 


261 


4.1 


156 


246 


153 


66 


46 


51 


40 


174 


89 


174 


101 


452 


259 


100 


1 282 


5.7 


516 


501 


299 


100 


375 


1 877 



26 562 

2 467 

3 786 
764 

3 046 

4 398 

74 

490 

3 945 

95 

2 464 

2 868 

919 

1 246 



20 641 

658 



593 

2 336 
4 630 
4 133 

3 595 
1 886 

521 
289 
25 227 
29 950 
12 547 
31 864 

11 975 



20 641 

16 046 
30 180 
6 138 
8 163 
1 253 
3 919 



36 814 

34 945 

40 510 

41 009 

19 616 

16 551 



12 547 


9 939 


5 986 


2 526 


10 131 


8 013 


4 410 


2 022 


1 984 


1 532 


1 351 


410 


11 695 


8 094 


2 902 


48 522 


10 799 


10 730 


7 465 


7 179 


757 


6.0 


485 


662 


341 


231 


134 


155 


106 


499 


324 


487 


215 


3 395 


1 533 


341 


5 678 


11.7 


1 261 


1 199 


747 


425 


1 988 


8 276 



130 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 22. Social and Labor Force Characteristics of Black Persons: 1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text) 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

In linguistically isolated households 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years.- 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in on MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Worked in MSA/PMSA of residence 

Central city 

Outside central city 

Worked outside MSA/PMSA of residence 

LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Females 16 years and over 

Employed 

Unemployed 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation : 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 



Appleton-Osh- 
kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA Winnebago County 



864 

819 
45 



565 



566 

530 
36 



787 


518 


67 


37 


51 


31 


3 


3 


321 


163 


19 


9 


10 


- 


169 


69 


167 


67 


133 


85 


96 


85 


503 


393 


25 


25 


119 


112 


125 


81 


100 


100 


51 


24 


63 


41 


20 


10 


71.4 


65.1 


16.5 


13.0 



580 



787 


518 


146 


73 


607 


435 


58 


45 


42 


20 


443 


322 


64 


48 


34 


10 


245 


133 


193 


100 


159 


90 


34 


10 


12 


12 


40 


21 


13.2 


13.5 


219 


13) 


148 


90 


71 


41 


26 


2 


653 


492 


256 


144 


250 


138 


6 


6 


2.3 


4.2 


100 


61 


55 


45 


15 


8 


13 


8 


68 


40 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


6 


6 


16 


16 


455 


300 


321 


213 


155 


108 


308 


154 


2 


2 


2 


2 


6 


- 


302 


154 


248 


136 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 131 



Table 23. Occupation, Income in 1989, and Poverty Status in 1989 of Black Persons: 1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



OCCUPATION 

Employed persons 16 years and aver 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 
(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 

All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 



Appieron-usn- 
kosh-Neenah, 




Wl MSA 


Winnebago County 


250 


138 


13 


- 


53 


36 


14 


14 


38 


- 


29 


19 


41 


29 


2 


2 


23 


22 


23 


9 



14 



134 


88 


12 


12 


4 


- 


29 


17 


13 


13 


19 


19 


31 


23 


16 


- 


10 


4 


30 577 


28 333 


31 821 


24 614 


63 


33 


40 781 


35 469 


7 598 


6 493 


134 


88 


134 


88 


30 987 


23 631 


8 


2 


2 025 


3 600 


48 057 


39 275 


46 565 


44 156 


48 057 


39 275 


46 565 


44 156 



63 


33 


63 


33 


42 


18 


30 


18 


63 


33 


63 


33 


42 


18 


30 


18 



125 


62 


71 


55 


461 


212 


221 


82 


221 


82 


144 


34 


8 


8 


6 




9.5 


_ 


6 


_ 


6 


- 


6 


_ 


6 


_ 


6 


- 



64 


24 


19 


17 


112 


66 


24.3 


31.1 


42 


42 


42 


42 


26 


26 


18 


18 


122 


70 



132 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 24. Social and Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

In linguistically isolated households 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years. - 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Worked in MSA/PMSA of residence 

Central city 

Outside central city 

Worked outside MSA/PMSA of residence 

LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Females 16 years and over 

Employed 

Unemployed 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation -1 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Outagamie 
County 



2 905 

2 880 
25 



1 426 



1 946 

1 946 



1 608 



Winnebago 
County 



785 

762 
23 



2 597 


1 723 


721 


1 207 


246 


143 


81 


143 


81 


30 


43 


30 


25 


10 


15 


10 


1 036 


725 


259 


541 


145 


96 


44 


94 


130 


81 


44 


79 


635 


461 


127 


352 


592 


420 


127 


319 


256 


168 


88 


95 


217 


143 


74 


71 


1 483 


1 003 


396 


689 


154 


107 


45 


73 


281 


192 


68 


142 


616 


422 


148 


262 


252 


172 


72 


127 


84 


58 


19 


53 


63 


40 


23 


20 


33 


12 


21 


12 


70.7 


70.2 


71.5 


68.8 


6.5 


5.2 


11.1 


4.6 



Outagamie County 



849 



2 597 


1 723 


721 


1 207 


1 207 


851 


264 


597 


1 390 


872 


457 


610 


223 


72 


151 


4 


433 


319 


90 


222 


517 


329 


159 


300 


217 


152 


57 


84 


1 195 


776 


351 


505 


1 058 


719 


287 


454 


908 


621 


249 


395 


150 


98 


38 


59 


13 


6 


7 


6 


91 


23 


52 


19 


33 


28 


5 


26 


15.7 


16.1 


15.0 


16.6 


888 


477 


343 


229 


393 


108 


266 


11 


495 


369 


77 


218 


307 


299 


8 


276 


1 992 


1 286 


585 


869 


1 341 


858 


397 


552 


1 221 


784 


361 


507 


120 


74 


36 


45 


8.9 


8.6 


9.1 


8.2 


1 019 


669 


296 


461 


588 


380 


184 


261 


40 


14 


21 


4 


207 


138 


54 


94 


117 


75 


35 


53 


147 


120 


13 


84 


110 


84 


13 


64 


224 


138 


67 


100 


76 


42 


25 


25 


24 


10 


9 


8 


26 


13 


9 


11 


7 


3 


- 


3 


10 


4 


6 


4 


9 


6 


3 


4 


1 475 


907 


470 


590 


1 115 


731 


319 


491 


707 


477 


188 


312 


1 746 


1 115 


524 


730 


34 


20 


14 


6 


17 


12 


5 


4 


2 


2 


- 


- 


25 


16 


9 


2 


191 


87 


89 


47 


75 


28 


32 


21 


95 


48 


47 


19 


1 555 


1 028 


435 


683 


1 262 


826 


365 


527 


152 


132 


14 


100 


60 


49 


7 


40 


55 


46 


7 


37 


31 


27 


- 


27 



Tract 130 



1 370 

1 370 



1 945 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 133 



Table 25. Occupation, Income in 1989, and Poverty Status in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 
1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



OCCUPATION 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 
(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With reloted children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Outagamie 
County 



1 221 

73 

80 

44 

123 

172 

5 

16 

266 

10 

166 

145 

74 

47 



921 

61 

144 

136 

177 

140 

150 

103 

5 

5 

21 625 

25 795 

674 

24 485 

8 183 



921 

796 
26 221 

157 
7 052 

171 
3 834 

28 4S9 

24 176 
32 651 

29 435 

18 593 

14 193 



674 

557 
445 
252 
441 
387 
251 
142 
178 
117 
155 
78 

370 

247 
47 
2 758 
985 
970 
673 
152 



149 
22.1 

90 

142 

112 

52 

36 

47 

43 

90 

47 

90 

64 

143 

85 

11 

762 

27,6 

389 

374 

240 

29 

220 
1 004 



784 

48 

44 
35 
82 

123 

12 
178 
8 
107 
67 
56 
24 



644 

49 
85 
80 
145 
108 
108 
64 
5 



22 278 

25 551 

464 

24 815 

7 969 



644 

539 

26 776 
128 

7 222 
117 

3 806 



28 184 

21 601 
32 671 

28 072 

19 551 

12 696 



464 

368 
287 
165 
307 
258 
159 

97 
124 

79 
106 



226 

180 
47 
1 888 
705 
702 
483 
132 

105 

22.6 

57 

98 

74 

39 

23 

34 

30 

59 

27 

59 

39 

62 

45 

11 

508 

26.9 

283 

280 

180 

24 

151 
664 



Winnebago 
County 



361 

25 
36 

7 

39 

47 

5 

4 

61 

47 

60 

7 

23 



236 

12 
48 
50 
20 
28 
41 
32 

5 

20 000 

27 184 

171 

26 875 

9 002 



236 

229 

24 814 
25 

5 600 
49 

3 704 



30 837 

29 752 
34 100 

31 378 

18 814 

20 039 



171 

163 
129 
66 
106 
103 
74 
35 
43 
38 
38 
19 

126 

65 

711 

226 

214 

150 

14 



33 

19.3 
33 
33 
27 
13 
13 
13 
13 
20 
20 
20 
14 
81 
40 

210 

29.5 

74 

62 

40 

5 

69 
270 



Outagamie County 



Tract 130 



507 

35 
39 
27 
57 
89 

12 
118 
6 
61 
30 
23 
10 



372 

22 
70 
55 
73 
60 
49 
40 
3 



19 630 

25 005 

298 

21 630 

7 236 



372 

298 

26 944 
85 

6 786 
87 

3 543 



27 480 

19 408 
31 268 

24 964 

21 515 

12 557 



298 

243 
182 
108 
188 

161 
99 
62 
90 

64 
74 
39 

96 

74 

40 

1 325 

541 
538 
375 
100 



81 

27.2 

53 

74 

56 

31 

23 

26 

22 

45 

25 

45 

31 

25 

17 

11 

405 

30.6 

247 

244 

146 

24 



535 



134 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 26. Social and Labor Force Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 

[Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

In linguistically isolated households 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school -. 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in an MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Worked in MSA/PMSA of residence 

Central city 

Outside central city 

Worked outside MSA/PMSA of residence 

LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Females 16 years and over 

Employed 

Unemployed 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 

1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks __ 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self -care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Gvilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self -care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



3 582 

1 215 

2 367 



299 

2 941 

2 518 
1 719 
1 176 



1 592 

97 

79 

1 054 

954 

441 

367 

1 390 

469 
87 
224 
140 
61 
169 
240 

60.0 
29.4 

2 055 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



1 741 

672 

1 069 



182 

1 394 

1 222 
892 
729 



859 

59 
41 
591 
532 
209 
147 

580 

239 
73 

101 
79 
13 
27 
48 

46.2 
12.9 



2 735 



1 353 

454 
899 



150 

1 103 

1 009 
717 
568 



673 

33 
19 
466 
418 
174 
114 



454 

192 
44 
82 

67 
12 

14 
43 

48.0 
12.6 



2 835 



2 941 


1 394 


1 103 


1 389 


850 


891 


409 


271 


353 


211 


1 525 


718 


614 


778 


452 


794 


447 


435 


328 


248 


139 


80 


13 


54 


12 


522 


171 


146 


348 


173 


70 


20 


20 


48 


19 


525 


267 


218 


258 


187 


830 


312 


250 


481 


285 


767 


282 


222 


448 


260 


678 


271 


215 


370 


214 


89 


11 


7 


78 


46 


5 


5 


5 


- 


- 


46 


19 


17 


27 


25 


12 


6 


6 


6 


- 


14.9 


15.3 


14.4 


14.6 


13.6 


783 


296 


239 


450 


254 


524 


209 


181 


304 


223 


259 


87 


58 


146 


31 


47 


16 


11 


31 


31 


1 985 


856 


671 


1 024 


638 


990 


353 


290 


586 


348 


838 


312 


250 


487 


291 


152 


41 


40 


99 


57 


15.4 


11.6 


13.8 


16.9 


16.4 


1 075 


432 


348 


560 


354 


361 


111 


95 


224 


133 


102 


32 


32 


58 


41 


366 


163 


128 


178 


121 


137 


53 


50 


59 


35 


211 


87 


85 


109 


55 


103 


38 


38 


63 


30 


286 


156 


142 


126 


91 


48 


13 


13 


35 


28 


22 


13 


13 


9 


9 


43 


13 


13 


30 


23 


26 


- 


- 


26 


19 



1 064 


344 


272 


667 


431 


724 


211 


158 


484 


298 


469 


154 


105 


286 


166 


1 798 


749 


605 


959 


608 


115 


63 


54 


52 


32 


42 


32 


32 


10 


7 


86 


41 


32 


45 


25 


145 


72 


69 


73 


37 


29 


21 


21 


8 


- 


104 


51 


48 


53 


25 


1 653 


677 


536 


886 


571 


935 


327 


264 


557 


334 


156 


82 


66 


65 


30 


17 


4 


4 


13 


5 


17 


4 


4 


13 


5 


4 


4 


4 


- 


- 



Winnebago County 



Total 



1 662 

469 
1 193 



99 

1 389 

1 177 
721 
365 



676 

38 
38 
406 
372 
232 
220 

709 

169 
12 

106 
58 
48 

130 

186 

74.5 
44.6 



498 



Oshkosh city 



1 039 

243 
796 



67 

850 

762 
457 
256 



441 

32 
32 

233 
199 
176 
170 



432 

120 
6 

39 
52 
30 
65 

120 

70.8 
42.8 



586 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 135 



Table 27. 



Occupation, Income in 1989, and Poverty Status in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 



[Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



OCCUPATION 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999... 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 

Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 

(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 

All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfomily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



838 

82 

251 

8 

37 



93 



72 

164 



35 



718 


54 


154 


111 


124 


80 


49 


64 


26 


56 


16 852 


38 759 


659 


19 375 


8 174 


718 


547 


39 312 


55 


5 700 


279 


8 139 


41 019 


35 732 


44 303 


38 796 


6 249 


6 685 



659 

440 

536 

324 

601 

421 

480 

318 

56 

17 

56 

6 

131 

59 

6 

3 445 

1 707 

1 692 

1 054 

156 



277 

42.0 

100 

264 

187 

231 

93 

218 

181 

46 

7 

46 

6 

59 

13 

6 

1 670 

48.5 

969 

954 

588 

65 

667 
1 895 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



312 

20 

56 

23 
40 



35 



23 
90 



25 



322 


25 


93 


75 


51 


31 


10 


6 


31 


12 949 


36 823 


300 


12 647 


6 838 


322 


194 


41 141 


17 


9 835 


166 


7 972 


38 603 


33 515 


42 038 


36 185 


6 498 


7 511 



300 

165 
259 
163 
271 

155 

230 

157 

29 

10 

29 

6 

33 

22 

6 

1 655 

921 

911 

567 

82 



144 

48.0 
31 

144 
94 

125 
31 

125 
88 
19 

19 

6 

12 

6 

6 

957 

57.8 

598 

588 

398 

33 

419 
1 097 



250 

20 
45 

12 
37 



265 


25 


93 


45 


38 


30 


3 


5 


26 


11 007 


36 457 


254 


11 042 


7 045 


265 


150 


40 658 


16 


9 933 


149 


7 832 


37 642 


31 136 


41 564 


34 114 


5 987 


6 906 



254 

133 
213 
122 
226 

123 
185 
117 
28 
10 
28 
5 

17 

11 

6 

1 295 

720 

710 

460 

66 



129 

50.8 
30 

129 
79 

111 
30 

111 
74 
18 

18 
5 
12 

6 

6 

812 

62.7 
518 
508 
338 
19 

419 
883 



Winnebago County 



Total 



487 

51 
191 

6 
14 
38 



58 



37 


74 


8 


10 


374 


29 


61 


27 


73 


49 


39 


49 


26 


21 


23 929 


39 375 


346 


26 607 


9 458 


374 


331 


37 404 


29 


4 859 


104 


8 337 


41 367 


35 942 


44 466 


39 327 


5 982 


5 982 



346 

262 
266 
152 
317 
253 
239 
152 

27 
7 

27 



87 

28 



1 617 

708 

703 

430 

65 



133 

38.4 
69 

120 
93 

106 
62 
93 
93 
27 
7 
27 

47 

7 

713 

44.1 

371 

366 

190 

32 



248 
796 



Oshkosh city 



291 

20 
102 



32 



43 



27 
57 





225 




22 




45 




16 




26 




39 




25 




40 




6 




6 


25 


625 


37 


825 




219 


26 


161 


8 


554 




225 




190 


37 


237 




27 


4 95' 




66 


8 488 


38 439 


35 


609 


42 023 


40 


125 


4 


644 


4 


644 



219 

163 
165 

97 
198 
156 
144 

97 

21 
7 

21 



53 

6 

994 

446 

441 

252 

30 



93 

42.5 
49 
80 
59 
72 
42 
59 
59 
21 
7 
21 



28 



438 

44.1 
247 
242 

110 



177 
486 



136 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 28. Social and Labor Force Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

In linguistically isolated households 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimary school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years ... 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in on MSA/PMSA 

Abroad 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Worked in MSA/PMSA of residence 

Central city 

Outside central city 

Worked outside MSA/PMSA of residence 

LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Females 16 years and over 

Employed 

Unemployed 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninsritulionalized persons 16 to 64 
years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation ... 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstHutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



2 247 

1 874 
373 



35 



1 951 


862 


397 


976 


422 


858 


390 


181 


422 


156 


324 


141 


52 


172 


41 


80 


46 


26 


31 


- 


920 


400 


209 


480 


255 


56 


31 


22 


25 


17 


33 


25 


16 


8 


- 


630 


303 


141 


289 


107 


579 


276 


126 


266 


86 


234 


66 


46 


166 


131 


204 


60 


40 


142 


114 


910 


398 


171 


451 


192 


164 


61 


13 


103 


49 


210 


84 


33 


113 


29 


251 


100 


43 


125 


77 


105 


65 


23 


38 


15 


70 


26 


9 


34 


13 


53 


15 


13 


28 


- 


57 


47 


37 


10 


9 


58.9 


63.6 


73.1 


52.1 


59.4 


12.1 


15.6 


29.2 


8.4 


4.7 



1 367 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



993 

834 
159 



16 



1 782 



466 

404 
62 



2 400 



1 951 


862 


397 


976 


422 


854 


362 


154 


416 


188 


1 017 


461 


220 


531 


234 


278 


93 


59 


183 


104 


297 


174 


56 


110 


13 


305 


111 


67 


185 


106 


137 


83 


38 


53 


11 


80 


39 


23 


29 


- 


824 


379 


185 


382 


193 


689 


330 


136 


317 


155 


584 


261 


109 


281 


126 


105 


69 


27 


36 


29 


46 


36 


36 


10 


10 


53 


- 


- 


47 


22 


36 


13 


13 


8 


6 


14.7 


16.3 


14.8 


12.9 


11.2 


784 


341 


180 


380 


193 


477 


187 


131 


278 


177 


307 


154 


49 


102 


16 


40 


38 


5 


2 


- 


1 373 


579 


257 


700 


325 


918 


430 


204 


415 


206 


830 


377 


191 


382 


193 


80 


45 


13 


33 


13 


8.8 


10.7 


6.4 


8.0 


6.3 


665 


231 


96 


387 


184 


362 


132 


58 


196 


109 


54 


29 


9 


23 


13 


188 


84 


47 


92 


38 


101 


54 


27 


35 


16 


109 


44 


14 


51 


19 


81 


42 


14 


32 


19 


219 


92 


47 


104 


53 


44 


27 


8 


17 


- 


19 


9 


- 


10 


- 


25 


15 


8 


10 


- 


8 


8 


8 


- 


- 


11 


5 


- 


6 


- 


6 


2 


— 


4 


— 


1 103 


492 


224 


537 


290 


764 


340 


145 


369 


189 


434 


172 


70 


235 


128 


1 237 


539 


252 


604 


294 


28 


4 


- 


18 


6 


6 


- 


- 


6 


- 


22 


4 


_ 


12 


6 


60 


29 


21 


31 


14 


24 


19 


17 


5 


5 


23 


1 


- 


22 


5 


1 177 


510 


231 


573 


280 


880 


403 


187 


404 


201 


52 


13 


5 


39 


6 


17 


7 


5 


10 


6 


9 


5 


5 


4 


- 


13 


7 


5 


6 


6 



Winnebago County 



Total 



1 117 

905 
212 



1 119 



Oshkosh city 



489 

417 
72 



820 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 137 



Table 29. Occupation, Income in 1989, and Poverty Status in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



OCCUPATION 

Employed persons 16 years and over 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Mochine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 „ - 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With earnings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 
(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 

All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years ond over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined . 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With reloted children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years ond over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 



Appleton-Osh- 


kosh-Neenah, 


Wl MSA 


830 


33 


88 


2 


50 


75 


10 


225 


12 


61 


185 


20 


69 


463 


41 


50 


39 


110 


116 


48 


40 


19 


23 988 


27 051 


334 


25 143 


7 032 


463 


429 


27 097 


45 


5 868 


40 


5 380 


29 007 


28 908 


32 429 


33 607 


12 433 


12 438 



334 

281 

273 

117 

256 

223 

206 

83 

53 

33 

53 

22 

287 

129 

6 

2 084 

940 

924 

639 

52 



62 

18.6 
30 
52 
30 
25 
13 
15 
8 
35 
15 
35 
22 

122 
49 

412 

19.8 
205 
189 
122 
10 

209 

544 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



377 

28 

52 



27 



11 


72 


12 


47 


193 


20 


28 


50 


44 


27 


11 


12 


22 411 


28 239 


137 


21 797 


7 938 


193 


189 


26 400 


32 


5 219 


24 


4 608 


28 032 


27 837 


28 727 


29 583 


6 862 


5 050 



137 

121 
115 
54 
110 
98 
99 
42 
8 
4 



132 

56 

955 

433 

431 

307 

13 



25 

18.2 

19 

25 

14 

15 

13 

15 

8 

8 

4 

8 

6 

57 

29 

175 

18.3 
78 
76 
53 



63 
266 



191 

16 
31 



13 



77 





7 




8 




13 




19 




18 




12 


27 


639 


34 93 




46 


23 


750 


6 359 




77 




77 


33 


300 




9 


5 


192 




4 


3 


340 


34 875 


34 


875 


34 


875 


34 


875 



69 

31 

449 

210 

210 

146 

5 



6 

13.0 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



29 

9 

61 

13.6 
26 
26 

15 



15 
103 



Winnebago County 



Total 



382 

5 
26 

47 
46 



90 

2 

40 

94 





245 




40 




30 




5 




51 




70 




21 




22 




6 


24 


327 


25 


642 




183 


26 442 


6 


009 




245 




215 


27 


186 




13 


7 


466 




16 


6 


539 


28 999 


29 098 


34 854 


37 


374 


13 


423 


13 423 



183 

146 
145 
63 
132 

111 
94 
41 
45 
29 
45 
16 

136 

62 

6 

992 

447 

433 

296 

39 



37 

20.2 
11 
27 
16 
10 



27 

11 
27 
16 
61 

20 

233 

23.5 

127 

113 

69 

10 

142 
258 



Oshkosh city 



193 

5 
14 

27 
12 





24 




44 




6 




5 




132 




23 




23 




29 




39 




10 




8 


21 


731 


21 


912 




93 


26 


750 


6 


737 




132 




no 


23 


928 




6 


6 9C 




10 


8 


244 


26 


309 


26 


766 


30 


892 


32 


785 


14 497 


14 497 



93 

73 
79 
39 
67 
63 
53 
23 
26 
10 
26 
16 

74 

39 

6 

408 

181 

171 

104 

6 



20 

21.5 

16 
16 
4 



16 

16 
16 
40 

20 

104 

25.5 
54 
44 
19 



52 
110 



138 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 30. Social and Labor Force Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 

[Threshold and complementary threshold are 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



PLACE OF BIRTH 

All persons 

Native 

Foreign born 

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO 
SPEAK ENGLISH 

Linguistically isolated households 

Persons 5 years and over 

Speak a language other than English 

Do not speak English "very well" 

In linguistically isolated households 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL 

Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 
Preprimory school 

Public school 

Elementary or high school 

Public school 

College 

Public college 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT 

Persons 25 years and over 

Less than 9th grade 

9th to 12th grade, no diploma 

High school graduate (includes equivalency) 

Some college, no degree 

Associate degree 

Bachelor's degree 

Graduate or professional degree 

Percent high school graduate or higher 

Percent bachelor's degree or higher 

FERTILITY 

Children ever born per 1,000 women 15 to 44 years .. 

RESIDENCE IN 1985 

Persons 5 years and over 

Same house 

Different house in United States 

Central city of this MSA/PMSA 

Remainder of this MSA/PMSA 

Different MSA/PMSA 

Not in on MSA/PMSA. 

Abroad 

JOURNEY TO WORK 

Workers 16 years and over 

Car, truck, or van 

Drove alone 

Carpooled 

Public transportation 

Other means 

Worked at home 

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 

Worked in MSA/PMSA of residence 

Central city 

Outside central city 

Worked outside MSA/PMSA of residence 

LABOR FORCE STATUS 

Persons 16 years and over 

In labor force 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Percent of civilian labor force 

Females 16 years and over 

Employed 

Unemployed 

With own children under 6 years 

In labor force 

With own children 6 to 17 years only 

In labor force 

Persons 16 to 19 years 

Not enrolled in school 

Unemployed or not in labor force 

Not high school graduate 

Employed 

Unemployed 

Not in labor force 

WORK STATUS IN 1989 

Persons 16 years and over who worked in 
1989 

Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 

50 to 52 weeks 

DISABILITY 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 16 to 64 

years 

With a mobility or self-care limitation 

With a mobility limitation ._ 

In labor force 

With a self-care limitation 

With a work disability 

In labor force 

Prevented from working 

No work disability 

In labor force 

Civilian noninstitutionalized persons 65 years 

and over 

With a mobility or self -care limitation 

With a mobility limitation 

With a self-care limitation 



Appleton--Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 


305 

302 
2 


585 

806 
779 



327 



282 741 


7 612 


2 065 


460 


80 617 


6 935 


4 269 


52 155 


44 171 


21 527 


18 695 


192 342 


16 516 


19 503 


80 853 


28 496 


14 338 


23 538 


9 098 


81.3 


17.0 



1 216 



282 741 


166 729 


115 237 


43 220 


34 280 


21 697 


16 040 


775 


153 740 


136 564 


122 949 


13 615 


1 600 


9 750 


5 826 


16.0 


143 312 


81 129 


62 183 


10 428 


232 687 


162 472 


155 898 


6 409 


3.9 


119 934 


70 979 


2 803 


19 106 


12 857 


20 820 


16 873 


16 782 


2 975 


768 


1 025 


546 


135 


335 


176 588 


133 311 


101 139 


194 239 


4 781 


2 129 


704 


3 605 


11 360 


5 901 


4 296 


182 879 


153 165 


34 835 


5 568 


4 145 


3 280 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pf.) 



135 635 

134 386 
1 249 



154 



124 862 


3 224 


950 


215 


35 329 


3 206 


1 911 


24 571 


20 180 


7 552 


5 764 


84 631 


7 467 


7 788 


36 377 


11 781 


6 961 


10 586 


3 671 


82.0 


16.8 



1 268 



124 862 


75 415 


49 095 


16 077 


17 387 


9 298 


6 333 


352 


68 570 


60 937 


55 337 


5 600 


740 


4 165 


2 728 


16.3 


63 745 


31 532 


32 213 


4 825 


101 498 


72 413 


69 559 


2 796 


3.9 


52 182 


31 529 


1 158 


8 797 


5 841 


9 695 


7 798 


7 214 


1 217 


288 


340 


189 


43 


108 


77 524 


58 784 


45 517 



85 679 



2 079 


833 


253 


1 566 


4 903 


2 725 


1 673 


80 776 


68 277 


14 345 


2 088 


1 556 


1 167 



54 001 

53 244 
757 



67 



49 946 


1 632 


373 


103 


13 993 


1 303 


754 


8 750 


7 479 


3 940 


2 463 


34 822 


2 390 


2 834 


12 421 


5 705 


3 119 


6 025 


2 328 


85.0 


24.0 



1 103 



49 946 


27 


382 


22 


339 


10 412 


3 


689 


5 


155 


3 


083 




225 


27 395 


24 401 


22 


154 


2 


247 




533 


1 


913 




548 




15.3 


26 


349 


17 


770 


8 


579 


1 


046 


41 


575 


28 


906 


27 


813 


1 


068 




3.7 


22 025 


13 


117 




466 


3 


312 


2 


181 


3 


685 


3 


015 


2 


782 




488 




105 




126 




96 




4 




26 


31 


258 


23 


311 


17 


904 


34 


252 




784 




392 




139 




536 


2 


134 


1 


220 




647 


32 


118 


27 


095 


6 584 




933 




746 




475 



Winnebago County 



Total 



136 168 

134 789 
1 379 



110 



126 865 


3 204 


829 


160 


36 380 


2 923 


1 744 


20 806 


18 258 


12 651 


11 828 


87 015 


6 639 


9 957 


34 795 


13 960 


5 951 


10 905 


4 808 


80.9 


18.1 



1 106 



126 865 


70 969 


55 495 


24 591 


11 930 


10 997 


7 977 


401 


68 073 


61 030 


54 798 


6 232 


793 


4 280 


1 970 


15.3 


64 281 


45 127 


19 154 


3 792 


106 695 


72 123 


69 044 


2 976 


4.1 


55 350 


31 815 


1 278 


7 962 


5 394 


8 562 


6 883 


7 734 


1 346 


403 


553 


270 


84 


190 


80 175 


59 874 


44 206 



87 852 



2 200 


1 114 


389 


1 637 


5 371 


2 571 


2 246 


82 481 


67 994 


16 965 


2 950 


2 233 


1 782 



Oshkosh city 



52 785 

52 137 
648 



60 



49 512 


1 397 


317 


78 


16 357 


991 


600 


6 808 


5 938 


8 558 


8 248 


31 935 


2 549 


4 185 


11 621 


5 465 


1 921 


4 175 


2 019 


78.9 


19.4 



868 



49 512 


24 016 


25 299 


12 614 


2 375 


6 013 


4 297 


197 


26 003 


22 507 


19 715 


2 792 


511 


2 491 


494 


13.9 


24 388 


21 649 


2 739 


1 615 


42 990 


27 772 


26 440 


1 284 


4.6 


22 862 


12 799 


580 


2 718 


1 777 


2 929 


2 418 


3 929 


492 


135 


251 


156 


29 


57 


32 334 


22 678 


15 017 


34 890 


961 


497 


184 


724 


2 233 


995 


963 


32 657 


26 141 


7 173 


1 295 


886 


817 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 139 



Table 31 



Occupation, Income in 1989, and Poverty Status in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 



[Threshold and complementary threshold are 400 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



OCCUPATION 

Employed persons 16 years and over. 

Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations 

Professional specialty occupations 

Technicians and related support occupations 

Sales occupations 

Administrative support occupations, including clerical 

Private household occupations 

Protective service occupations 

Service occupations, except protective and household 

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 

Precision production, craft, and repair occupations 

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 

Transportation and material moving occupations 

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers 

INCOME IN 1989 

Households 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $74,999 

$75,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median (dollars) 

Mean (dollars) 

Families 

Median income (dollars) 

Per capita income (dollars) 

INCOME TYPE IN 1989 

Households 

With eornings 

Mean earnings (dollars) 

With Social Security income 

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 

With public assistance income 

Mean public assistance income (dollars) 

MEAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BY FAMILY TYPE 
Families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Married-couple families (dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

Female householder, no husband present 
(dollars) 

With own children under 18 years (dollars) 

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 
All Income Levels In 1989 

Families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is 

determined 

Nonfamily householder 

65 years and over 

Persons for whom poverty status is determined _ 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 years 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Income In 1989 Below Poverty Level 

Families 

Percent below poverty level 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 yeors 

Married-couple families 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 years 

With related children under 5 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

Householder worked in 1989 

With related children under 18 yeors 

With related children under 5 years 

Unrelated individuals 

Nonfamily householder 

65 yeors and over 

Persons 

Percent below poverty level 

Persons under 18 years 

Related children under 18 yeors 

Related children 5 to 17 years 

Persons 65 years and over 

Ratio of income in 1989 to poverty level: 

Persons below 50 percent of poverty level 

Persons below 125 percent of poverty level 



Appleton-Osh- 


kosh-Neenah, 


Wl MSA 


155 898 


15 601 


18 684 


5 457 


16 893 


23 769 


317 


1 933 


17 466 


4 727 


18 580 


18 864 


6 277 


7 330 


113 671 


2 818 


9 115 


9 316 


20 313 


21 225 


26 482 


17 185 


4 380 


2 837 


32 125 


36 977 


81 694 


37 405 


13 881 


113 671 


93 408 


37 268 


29 806 


8 203 


5 242 


3 796 


42 640 


42 196 


45 447 


46 467 


22 677 


17 427 


81 608 


67 908 


42 046 


17 610 


70 390 


59 165 


35 144 


15 409 


8 325 


6 324 


5 377 


1 700 


42 216 


31 564 


11 851 


296 351 


79 840 


79 644 


57 012 


34 597 


3 838 


4.7 


2 287 


3 114 


1 710 


1 811 


1 024 


1 195 


736 


1 873 


1 138 


1 792 


912 


7 838 


4 122 


1 731 


19 346 


6.5 


5 847 


5 680 


3 627 


2 474 


6 471 


28 655 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



69 559 

7 193 

8 116 
2 509 
8 294 

10 557 
102 
695 

7 328 
2 189 

8 674 
7 725 

2 842 

3 335 



49 417 

1 103 
3 497 
3 584 

8 194 

9 123 
12 170 

8 493 
1 940 
1 313 
34 093 
38 457 
36 534 
38 617 

14 117 



49 417 

41 153 

38 858 

12 477 

8 260 

2 022 

3 693 

43 804 

44 030 

46 288 

47 786 

24 824 

19 270 



36 553 

30 638 
19 329 

8 169 

31 872 
26 988 
16 435 

7 243 

3 455 
2 674 
2 246 

712 

16 440 

12 693 

4 630 
132 758 

37 620 
37 570 
26 894 
14 274 



1 582 

4.3 
896 

1 235 
692 
823 
463 
527 
288 
697 
386 
653 
384 

2 285 

1 385 
693 

6 999 
5.3 

2 293 
2 252 
1 434 
1 068 



27 813 

3 555 

4 511 

1 073 

3 725 

4 321 

35 
355 

2 962 
166 

2 811 

2 504 

712 

1 083 



21 051 

509 



2 208 
10 708 



1 616 
1 685 
3 690 

3 868 

4 777 
3 342 

869 

695 

32 644 

38 564 

14 408 
38 659 

15 229 



21 051 

16 972 
38 880 
5 698 
8 598 
996 
3 894 



45 449 

46 387 
49 055 

52 125 

24 642 

19 772 



14 422 

11 723 

7 417 
3 114 

12 212 
10 063 

6 020 
2 707 
1 776 
1 341 

1 175 
326 

8 315 

6 520 

2 349 
52 121 

13 717 
13 707 

9 696 
6 531 



694 

4.8 
350 
576 
330 
345 
176 
257 
152 
339 
164 
309 
174 
1 059 
683 
333 

3 Oil 
5.8 
991 
981 
604 
468 

959 

4 680 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Oshkosh city 



69 044 

6 858 
8 960 
2 420 

7 147 
11 000 

181 
1 098 

8 386 

1 294 

7 693 

8 357 

2 658 
2 992 



52 528 

1 453 
4 788 
4 913 

10 205 
9 846 

11 066 
6 976 
1 994 
1 287 

30 086 
35 533 
35 899 
35 962 

13 871 



52 528 

42 390 

35 714 

14 410 

8 187 

2 723 

3 853 



41 855 

40 481 
45 159 

45 674 

20 971 

16 018 



35 857 

29 387 
17 553 

7 413 

30 439 
25 156 
14 201 

6 298 
4 126 
3 089 
2 654 
857 

22 696 

16 408 

6 149 

130 166 

32 012 

31 898 
22 706 
16 817 



1 883 

5.2 
1 193 
1 587 
883 
782 
450 
535 
372 

1 027 
671 
992 
471 

5 149 

2 477 
870 

10 731 

8.2 

2 926 

2 830 
1 806 
1 131 

3 715 

15 441 



26 440 

2 467 

3 786 
764 

3 033 

4 391 

74 

482 

3 903 

95 

2 447 

2 844 

913 

1 241 



20 546 

645 
2 570 

2 336 
4 618 
4 104 

3 585 
1 878 

521 
289 
25 231 
29 982 
12 481 
31 891 

12 014 



20 546 

15 973 
30 192 

6 132 
8 165 
1 253 
3 919 

36 866 

35 025 

40 535 

41 048 

19 715 

16 651 



12 469 

9 881 
5 978 
2 574 

10 120 
8 007 
4 453 
2 105 
1 921 
1 484 

1 304 
370 

11 512 

7 924 

2 853 
48 077 

10 659 
10 608 
7 383 
7 118 



827 

6.6 

531 

723 

382 

304 

181 

219 

170 

496 

323 

484 

192 

3 365 

1 527 

341 

5 690 

11.8 

1 216 

1 172 

736 

425 



1 997 
8 262 



140 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions ot terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenah, 

Wl MSA 



Calumet County 



Appleton city Menasha city 
Total (pt.) (pt.) 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 

(pt.) Kaukauna city 



Winnebago County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



120 511 



12 465 



2 369 


250 


9 884 


1 132 


9 869 


1 346 


24 361 


2 848 


17 586 


1 798 


15 077 


1 250 


9 590 


675 


31 775 


3 166 


828 


31 


10 882 


646 


32 943 


2 716 


53 406 


6 054 


18 516 


2 339 


3 936 


679 


973 


22 


571 


40 


80 


2 


19 965 


12 394 


92 947 


8 228 


96 816 


8 448 


539 


131 


188 


44 


175 


16 



115 515 



1 954 



11 772 



141 



3 153 



126 
500 
598 
035 
477 
283 
68 
66 



19 
132 
862 
715 
410 

15 



31 



51 923 



22 088 



3 153 
3 137 
3 137 



3 080 



77 410 


6 928 


2 549 


6 277 


848 


48 


10 468 


769 


234 


17 271 


2 588 


182 


3 757 


613 


44 


332 


26 


23 


7 314 


412 


30 


36 168 


3 274 


882 


51 638 


5 549 


1 655 


20 395 


2 537 


513 


1.8 


2.0 


1.9 


81 188 


9 258 


2 223 


6 366 


747 


265 


18 530 


2 123 


756 


12 157 


1 534 


457 


20 204 


2 390 


430 


23 931 


2 464 


315 


34 327 


2 514 


857 


14 318 


796 


352 


13 081 


986 


262 


3 729 


456 


216 


2 265 


127 


18 


934 


149 


9 



23 960 


2 


319 


210 


18 194 


1 


844 


149 


94 




42 


- 


174 




16 


- 


4 559 




294 


9 


15 152 


11 


712 


3 080 


13 473 


11 


492 


3 015 


1 679 




220 


65 


363 




60 


- 


337 




58 


- 


26 




2 


- 


42 272 


41 


101 


44 549 


23 396 


22 787 


23 579 


8 521 




686 


212 


2 996 




293 


34 


5 525 




393 


178 



- 


1 132 


312 


- 


4 787 


1 272 


8 


4 265 


1 421 


- 


10 861 


3 730 


8 


7 328 


3 270 


5 


6 721 


3 478 


5 


4 437 


2 505 


5 


12 392 


6 100 




235 


142 


- 


4 313 


2 368 


- 


13 502 


6 386 


21 


24 130 


9 321 


5 


8 131 


3 382 


5 


1 612 


489 




327 


151 


- 


105 


55 




11 


6 


26 


51 735 


22 010 


5 


39 987 


21 967 


5 


41 858 


21 995 


5 


141 


45 


- 


44 


- 


- 


63 


45 


21 


50 527 


21 467 


8 


30 904 


16 237 


- 


2 904 


119 


- 


4 824 


1 436 


13 


9 901 


3 303 


- 


1 850 


302 




144 


70 




2 856 


1 720 


8 


15 135 


7 669 


8 


23 338 


9 405 


5 


9 198 


2 673 


2.1 


1.8 


1.6 


21 


36 507 


14 201 


- 


2 849 


1 125 


8 


8 553 


3 404 


- 


5 500 


2 197 


8 


9 256 


3 395 


5 


10 349 


4 080 


- 


14 020 


7 266 


- 


5 943 


3 039 


- 


5 466 


2 841 


- 


1 396 


722 


- 


842 


506 


- 


373 


158 



32 892 



795 

872 

563 

9 

82 
755 



50 420 

49 554 

866 

107 

99 



43 178 

24 894 

3 273 

1 346 

1 927 



323 

4 612 

3 423 

29 
983 

21 422 

21 094 

328 

45 

39 

6 



44 855 
24 336 

1 513 
489 

1 024 



4 454 



18 
246 
312 
729 
537 
651 
525 
1 436 



7 
412 

1 264 

2 079 
547 
145 



4 428 

4 382 

4 390 

11 

6 

3 

4 365 



2 929 

37 

506 

794 

99 



426 
337 
849 
753 
1.7 



3 099 

184 

614 

450 

709 

1 142 

1 266 

426 

551 

185 

66 

38 



70 

074 
738 

3 
344 

356 

275 

81 

9 

9 



36 770 

21 682 

287 

126 

161 



56 123 



987 

3 965 

4 258 
10 652 

8 460 
7 106 
4 478 
16 217 



562 

5 923 

16 725 

23 222 

8 046 

1 645 



624 

426 

67 



55 836 

44 732 

46 510 

267 

100 

96 

53 216 



39 578 
2 525 
4 875 
4 782 
1 294 
162 



4 046 
17 759 
22 751 

8 660 

1.7 



35 423 

2 770 

7 854 

5 123 

8 558 
11 118 
17 793 

7 579 

6 629 
1 877 
1 296 

412 



1 018 

11 769 

8 787 

43 

76 

2 510 

53 020 

52 427 

593 

196 

180 

16 

41 644 

22 302 

4 562 

1 357 

3 205 



289 



36 
193 
27 



66 
195 
28 



289 
289 
289 



274 



99 
162 



49 

148 
77 

1.1 



4 
270 

133 
127 



139 
4 



49 

274 
274 



15 203 

30 420 

22 

22 



6 142 



162 
268 
530 
998 
724 
966 
683 
811 



78 

838 
887 
416 
787 
136 



34 
19 



6 116 

6 142 

6 131 

21 

15 

6 

5 956 



3 993 

99 

746 

1 036 
65 
17 



536 
2 296 
2 408 

716 

1.6 



3 697 

369 
703 
512 
789 

1 324 

2 259 
1 061 

795 
186 
157 
60 



1 346 


963 


8 


35 


356 


5 935 


5 871 


64 


21 


15 


6 


38 521 


20 456 


551 


131 


420 



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APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 141 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Doto based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Winnebago County— Con. 



Neenah city Oshkosh city 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 



Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Calumet 
County 



Tract 203.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 



Menasha city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 



Tract 203.02 (pt.) 



Remainder of Calumet County 



Tract 201 



Tract 202 



Tract 203.01 
(pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 - 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 - 

1970 to 1979 -. 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 — 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



9 261 



21 827 



69 


274 


454 


1 431 


678 


1 487 


1 644 


3 075 


1 685 


2 700 


1 563 


2 440 


930 


1 698 


2 238 


8 722 


47 


299 


913 


3 014 


2 860 


6 942 


3 801 


8 108 


1 430 


2 934 


210 


530 


112 


256 


108 


226 



9 245 


21 709 


9 223 


21 536 


9 215 


21 678 


10 


81 


4 


23 


6 


52 



9 024 



127 

1 879 

1 479 



419 

014 

888 

126 

10 

10 



44 952 

23 856 

554 

233 

321 



20 957 



6 704 


18 185 


96 


105 


967 


1 935 


1 148 


353 


97 


302 


12 


77 


614 


2 258 


3 179 


7 971 


4 007 


8 140 


1 224 


2 588 


1.7 


1.6 


6 058 


11 942 


470 


837 


1 359 


2 709 


891 


1 433 


1 389 


2 600 


1 949 


4 363 


2 966 


9 015 


1 208 


4 032 


1 158 


3 220 


322 


956 


239 


625 


39 


182 



538 

5 129 

3 560 

6 

25 

1 310 

20 882 

20 612 

270 

75 

69 

6 

37 072 
20 150 

2 500 
458 

2 042 



2 631 



81 
263 
520 
923 
464 
255 
68 
57 



19 

115 

758 

1 446 

282 

11 



2 631 
2 631 
2 631 



2 592 



2 125 

14 

234 

162 

34 

23 



30 
800 
326 
436 

1.9 



1 744 

180 
471 
397 
381 
315 
848 
352 
262 
216 
9 
9 



180 
119 



592 

527 

65 



41 247 
23 512 

200 
22 

178 



2 028 



124 
442 
186 
395 
240 
240 
75 
326 



82 

368 

1 053 

415 

110 



2 004 

1 274 

1 272 

64 

28 

7 

1 874 



1 050 

131 

87 

515 

91 



11 

362 

1 021 

480 

2.2 



1 699 

189 

596 

226 

359 

329 

175 

53 

87 

6 

9 

20 



238 

212 

21 



839 

800 

39 

35 

35 



50 299 

29 388 

82 

67 
15 



2 631 



81 
263 
520 
923 
464 
255 
68 
57 



19 

115 

758 

1 446 

282 

11 



2 631 
2 631 
2 631 



2 592 



125 

14 

234 

162 

34 

23 



30 
800 
326 
436 

1.9 



1 744 

180 
471 
397 
381 
315 
848 
352 
262 
216 
9 
9 



180 
119 



2 592 

2 527 

65 



41 247 
23 512 

200 
22 

178 



522 



45 
237 

78 
112 

13 

28 



17 

104 

269 

128 

4 



31 



522 
506 
506 



488 



424 
34 



82 
329 

77 
2.1 



479 

85 

285 

60 

49 



8 

8 

5 

2.1 



56 573 

29 950 

12 

12 



32 892 



1 508 



3 
93 
67 

377 
268 
164 
65 
471 



88 
276 
757 
322 

65 



1 506 

1 188 

1 187 

9 

2 

5 

1 460 



1 012 

59 

78 

241 

70 



95 

397 
687 
281 
1.9 



1 149 

59 

238 

179 

387 

286 

311 

77 

135 

46 

26 

27 



14 

369 
288 

7 

83 

1 453 

1 421 
32 

7 
7 



36 804 

21 924 

89 

47 

42 



1 406 



13 
72 
175 
223 
151 
96 
60 
616 



1 
47 
237 
598 
357 
166 



1 398 

495 

565 

9 

2 

4 

1 371 



446 
143 
67 
567 
148 



41 
318 
588 
424 
2.2 



1 135 

76 

190 

186 

323 

360 

236 

61 

111 

25 

16 

23 



24 

274 

230 

4 

6 

29 

1 365 

1 347 
18 
6 
6 



40 005 

21 852 

74 

45 

29 



142 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 204 



Tract 205 Tract 206 Tract 207.98 Tract 208.98 Tract 209.98 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 



Tract 109 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 — — -- 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 --. 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms.. 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 — - 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 — 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



1 475 



1 365 



1 426 



1 111 



22 



1 631 



1 568 



33 



1 835 



79 


8 


12 


9 


205 


81 


79 


102 


100 


85 


122 


191 


283 


251 


305 


374 


219 


206 


166 


303 


207 


151 


123 


221 


70 


107 


157 


143 


312 


537 


667 


492 




11 






65 


100 


103 


111 


264 


358 


343 


376 


763 


576 


717 


907 


282 


263 


351 


349 


101 


118 


117 


92 


20 




2 




22 
2 


3 


10 


- 


1 456 


1 396 


1 626 


1 833 


763 


29 


1 231 


1 380 


761 


181 


1 234 


1 378 


59 


45 


2 


2 


28 


8 


2 


2 


7 


- 


- 


- 



1 796 



618 


5 


1 078 


1 212 


97 


306 


90 


105 


87 


77 


126 


100 


482 


571 


244 


288 


81 


149 
3 


30 


91 


11 


31 


110 


94 


272 


244 


565 


588 


684 


520 


652 


755 


398 


316 


241 


359 


2.2 


2.1 


1.7 


1.8 


1 199 


928 


1 176 


1 427 


104 


45 


98 


100 


303 


146 


193 


289 


166 


159 


195 


192 


302 


252 


274 


414 


324 


326 


416 


432 


166 


183 


392 


369 


53 


44 


103 


106 


87 


67 


170 


154 


6 


35 


73 


55 


_ 


18 


22 


27 


20 


19 


24 


27 



27 



208 


304 


487 


467 


182 


248 


380 


367 


21 


6 


2 


2 


_ 


3 


7 


- 


11 


21 


82 


59 


1 330 


1 103 


1 566 


1 794 


1 291 


1 078 


1 543 


1 776 


39 


25 


23 


18 


35 


8 


2 


2 


35 


6 
2 


2 


2 


48 097 


37 146 


39 972 


37 804 


29 358 


23 449 


21 467 


20 392 


62 


83 


72 


86 


47 


62 


21 


29 


15 


21 


51 


57 



1 476 



1 463 



817 



15 


110 


_ 


60 


199 


5 


209 


203 


72 


598 


488 


115 


339 


240 


210 


128 


130 


186 


37 


20 


115 


90 


73 


114 


9 


7 


21 


71 


37 


35 


609 


241 


155 


527 


935 


401 


228 


200 


188 


32 


43 


17 



10 



1 470 


1 456 


817 


1 466 


1 453 


801 


1 460 


1 455 


817 


6 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


1 448 


1 425 


785 


1 161 


1 256 


573 


- 


3 


10 


123 


44 


43 


137 


95 


116 


27 


25 


29 




2 


14 


55 


31 


26 


471 


286 


218 


702 


833 


442 


220 


275 


99 


1.8 


2.0 


1.8 


845 


1 240 


588 


45 


136 


24 


189 


312 


138 


155 


203 


155 


308 


409 


119 


148 


180 


152 


603 


185 


197 


249 


105 


47 


252 


74 


130 


85 


6 


7 


17 


- 


7 


- 


- 


6 



262 


145 




165 


157 


116 




153 


_ 


4 




_ 


16 


13 




22 


1 442 


1 425 




785 


1 411 


1 415 




779 


31 


10 




6 


6 


_ 




_ 


6 


- 




- 


52 035 


46 983 


52 


280 


26 051 


31 434 


28 


128 


51 


22 




40 


5 


13 




6 


46 


9 




34 



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APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 143 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 110 Tract 111.01 Tract 111.02 



Tract 114 Tract 115.02 



Tract 121 



Tract 124 



Tract 125 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie 
County 



Tract 101 



Tract 102 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or privote company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



2 681 



52 
306 
258 
597 
304 
163 
288 
713 



37 
618 
932 
750 
313 

31 



108 
24 



2 673 
2 533 
2 672 



2 592 



1 668 

13 

517 

346 

19 

29 



197 
213 
965 
217 

1.5 



1 220 

85 
369 
211 
230 
325 
1 372 
643 
494 
153 

82 



102 



1 681 



31 
303 
266 
504 
350 
145 
63 
19 



6 
177 
639 
714 
118 
27 



1 675 
1 602 
1 660 



1 625 



1 306 

7 

148 

141 

11 

12 



152 
620 
628 
225 
1.6 



850 

57 

214 

140 

231 

208 

775 

370 

262 

92 

37 

14 



2 006 



313 

875 

291 

339 

89 

73 

26 



79 
700 
991 
205 

23 



1 998 
1 803 
1 995 



1 961 



1 385 

7 

417 

80 

30 

42 



33 

443 
174 
311 
1.9 



1 161 

207 
524 
138 
188 
104 
800 
544 
229 
21 
6 



1 643 



45 
86 

199 
303 
349 
398 
202 
61 



6 

46 

339 

852 

350 

50 



29 



1 637 
1 402 
1 637 



1 625 



1 243 

92 
273 

14 
3 



66 

458 
871 
230 
1.8 



1 301 

116 

318 

225 

326 

316 

324 

133 

164 

14 

6 

7 



1 918 



105 
380 
197 
682 
323 
130 
42 
59 



5 
209 
597 
678 
395 
34 



60 

7 
6 



1 913 
1 634 
1 657 



1 851 



1 392 

17 

299 

93 

50 



70 
529 
980 
272 

1.9 



1 153 

157 
286 
183 
338 
189 
698 
313 
335 
39 
11 



20 



1 876 



15 
165 
177 
460 
404 
371 
151 
133 



91 

415 

1 070 

242 

58 



1 872 

1 788 

1 796 

2 



1 857 



1 325 

14 

179 

279 

60 



165 
415 
876 
401 
1.9 



1 466 

109 

273 

223 

348 

513 

391 

106 

179 

62 

39 

5 



973 



7 
27 
66 
240 
149 
108 
157 
219 



45 

344 

485 

94 

5 



970 

915 

924 

9 

6 

3 

954 



640 

16 

124 

149 

25 



71 
281 
419 
183 

1.8 



715 

27 

129 

68 

214 

277 

239 

83 

89 

53 

6 

8 



2 324 



57 

435 
195 
570 
516 
204 
58 
289 



84 

371 

1 276 

505 



2 319 

601 

725 

10 

3 

7 

2 283 



840 
256 
300 
815 
72 



12 

463 

1 175 

633 

2.2 



1 917 

148 

524 

214 

502 

529 

366 

173 

127 

29 

26 

11 



520 



61 

12 

8 

71 

39 

329 



41 
270 
116 
54 
33 
6 



514 
520 
513 



477 



296 

7 

72 

70 

9 

23 



191 

220 

41 

25 



103 

6 
17 

34 

46 

374 

146 
66 
76 
72 

14 



50 



1 920 



22 
23 
45 

91 
324 
451 
964 



235 
668 
788 
187 
42 



1 908 

1 920 

1 914 

6 

6 
1 864 



1 312 

12 

90 

396 

51 

3 



155 
763 
734 
212 
1.6 



1 222 

52 

312 

173 

232 

453 

642 

305 

153 

73 

79 

32 



562 




246 




106 


318 


267 


450 


267 


378 




171 


495 


354 




151 




60 


286 


146 


295 


183 


340 




45 


381 


- 




- 




- 


_ 


6 


_ 


3 


_ 




7 




113 




38 




15 


61 


36 


157 


62 


12 




120 


98 


2 584 


1 


625 


1 


961 


1 625 


1 851 


1 857 


945 


2 273 




477 


1 858 


2 569 


1 


609 


1 


950 


1 622 


1 840 


1 829 


913 


2 254 




451 


1 803 


15 




16 




11 


3 


11 


28 


32 


19 




26 


55 


8 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


10 




_ 


6 


8 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


10 




- 


- 






" 




~ 


- 


~ 


_ 


- 


- 




- 


6 


56 515 


47 


227 


50 


666 


48 613 


69 464 


40 225 


36 041 


48 267 


30 037 


34 361 


25 262 


23 


922 


30 


891 


27 187 


36 236 


21 871 


26 471 


37 316 


16 


148 


25 030 


205 




115 




91 


35 


103 


70 


45 


66 




113 


158 


- 




14 




29 


23 


21 


31 


27 


44 




14 


85 


205 




101 




62 


12 


82 


39 


18 


22 




99 


73 



144 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



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Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 103 



Tract 104 



Tract 105 



Tract 106.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 106.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 107 



Tract K 



Tract I OS 

(pt.: 



Tract 110 
(pt.) 



Tract 111.01 
(pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 — 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 — 

1940 to 1949 - 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 — — - 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



1 093 



37 



781 



1 530 



1 466 



1 459 



1 877 



725 



47 



798 



1 339 



49 



1 507 



- 


- 


- 


15 


110 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


26 


- 


38 


35 


60 


199 


91 


7 


5 


43 


236 


5 


16 


21 


209 


203 


99 


54 


64 


60 


240 


183 


41 


78 


598 


486 


327 


19 


115 


48 


499 


22 


25 


173 


332 


240 


311 


79 


210 


108 


302 


7 


6 


179 


125 


128 


365 


256 


175 


116 


128 


107 


68 


104 


37 


20 


234 


196 


115 


258 


57 


769 


587 


940 


90 


73 


444 


114 


114 


706 


19 


6 




9 


6 


7 


26 




21 


8 


6 


294 


168 


156 


71 


37 


100 


39 


35 


208 


167 


340 


261 


489 


609 


240 


519 


286 


155 


347 


569 


260 


215 


523 


520 


932 


957 


241 


390 


558 


634 


145 


109 


310 


228 


200 


240 


152 


180 


187 


104 


48 


28 


43 


32 


43 


35 


7 


17 


31 


27 














47 




6 




- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


23 


- 


10 


11 


- 



1 081 


769 


1 530 


1 460 


1 452 


1 873 


720 


798 


1 331 


1 501 


1 093 


781 


1 524 


1 466 


1 453 


1 869 


725 


793 


1 339 


1 469 


1 085 


777 


1 515 


1 460 


1 455 


1 872 


725 


798 


1 339 


1 486 


12 


- 


5 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 




12 


- 


5 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


_ 


1 075 


745 


1 488 


1 438 


1 421 


1 759 


711 


766 


1 314 


1 460 


900 


622 


1 241 


1 158 


1 256 


1 276 


450 


568 


971 


1 168 


18 


- 


9 


- 


2 


13 


- 


10 


5 


7 


52 


68 


67 


123 


44 


91 


73 


35 


49 


148 


98 


55 


159 


130 


92 


351 


178 


110 


281 


119 


7 


- 


12 


27 


25 


28 


5 


29 


_ 


6 










2 




5 


14 


8 


12 


283 


140 


83 


55 


29 


105 


23 


26 


124 


152 


412 


290 


585 


471 


286 


633 


288 


218 


554 


599 


289 


237 


604 


692 


832 


812 


321 


423 


565 


509 


91 


78 


216 


220 


274 


209 


79 


99 


71 


200 


1.2 


1.3 


1.7 


1.8 


2.0 


1.7 


1.7 


1.8 


1.5 


1.5 


420 


368 


900 


838 


1 238 


1 271 


599 


569 


781 


731 


42 


56 


85 


45 


136 


101 


42 


24 


67 


52 


72 


121 


247 


189 


312 


285 


198 


132 


221 


166 


63 


53 


146 


155 


203 


217 


92 


147 


98 


126 


77 


62 


174 


301 


409 


239 


103 


119 


123 


215 


166 


76 


248 


148 


178 


429 


164 


147 


272 


172 


655 


377 


588 


600 


183 


488 


112 


197 


533 


729 


272 


132 


244 


246 


104 


221 


62 


47 


228 


346 


270 


167 


217 


252 


74 


190 


21 


130 


193 


245 


49 


47 


60 


85 


5 


39 


21 


7 


75 


87 


64 


24 


47 


17 


- 


34 


- 


7 


37 


37 


- 


7 


20 


- 


- 


4 


8 


6 


- 


14 



251 




192 


258 




262 




143 




387 




139 




152 




325 


241 


128 




112 


191 




157 




114 




351 




132 




140 




244 


146 


12 




_ 


_ 




_ 




4 




_ 




_ 




_ 








155 




83 


38 




16 




11 




46 




6 




22 




81 


38 


1 063 




745 


1 483 


1 


432 


1 


421 


1 


759 




711 




766 


1 


306 


1 460 


1 027 




732 


1 479 


1 


401 


1 


411 


1 


739 




703 




760 


1 


291 


1 444 


36 




13 


4 




31 




10 




20 




8 




6 




15 


16 


12 




- 


5 




6 




- 




- 




- 




_ 




8 




12 




- 


5 




6 




- 




— 




- 




- 




8 


- 


30 806 


34 


543 


45 654 


52 


244 


47 


048 


43 


707 


39 002 


52 


849 


43 


759 


47 688 


17 193 


22 


594 


24 510 


26 


112 


31 


599 


24 


550 


25 


018 


28 


128 


?? 


731 


23 223 


163 




73 


111 




51 




22 




145 




41 




40 




64 


115 


28 




26 


60 




5 




13 




54 




11 




6 




_ 


14 


135 




47 


51 




46 




9 




91 




30 




34 




64 


101 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 145 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990-Con. 

(Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 - 

1970 to 1979 

I960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 — 

1939 or earlier - 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas - 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 , 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



Appleton city (pt.), Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 1 .02 
(pt.) 



Tract 1 1 2 



Tract 113 



Tract 114 

(pt.) Tract 115.01 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



62 500 



1 199 



1 199 



320 
301 



24 

1 191 

1 168 

23 

8 

8 



1 456 



1 425 



404 
266 



113 

1 425 

1 409 

16 



1 311 



1 445 



1 650 



5 


_ 


_ 


45 


- 


105 




10 


- 


69 


24 


372 


_ 


47 


17 


158 


42 


163 


_ 


226 


111 


168 


138 


629 


_ 


332 


61 


268 


435 


273 


_ 


342 


229 


346 


600 


81 


_ 


94 


358 


202 


159 


6 


~ 


148 


680 


55 


47 


21 




7 








5 


_ 


59 


213 


46 


85 


185 


5 


230 


422 


313 


287 


530 


_ 


648 


576 


635 


848 


535 


_ 


250 


218 


279 


194 


366 


- 


5 


27 


38 


31 


29 


- 


- 


- 


29 


- 


60 

7 
6 


5 


1 199 


1 456 


1 311 


1 445 


1 650 


5 


1 199 


1 456 


1 300 


1 445 


1 610 


5 


1 199 


1 456 


1 311 


1 445 


1 640 



1 293 



1 426 



1 594 



5 


883 


1 031 


974 


939 


1 187 


- 


1 266 


574 


480 


- 


10 


- 


- 


8 


11 


7 


9 


12 


_ 


- 


30 


93 


69 


33 


299 


- 


173 


200 


26 


- 


268 


282 


233 


434 


47 


- 


264 


208 


174 


- 


8 


19 


14 
3 


12 


50 


- 


56 


13 


7 




43 


141 


61 


39 


70 




165 


140 


48 


5 


352 


531 


416 


567 


479 


- 


399 


373 


292 


- 


595 


640 


657 


621 


833 


- 


836 


364 


261 


- 


209 


113 


159 


199 


212 


7 


368 


130 


86 


1.0 


1.8 


1.5 


1.7 


1.7 


1.8 


3.0 


1.9 


1.5 


1.6 




985 


1 018 


1 019 


1 206 


926 


7 


1 387 


516 


512 


- 


38 


106 


94 


35 


144 


_ 


103 


24 


34 


- 


245 


156 


265 


220 


246 


- 


262 


124 


101 


- 


125 


151 


166 


160 


122 


- 


210 


66 


106 


- 


252 


219 


231 


332 


266 


7 


322 


106 


94 


- 


325 


386 


263 


459 


148 


_ 


490 


196 


177 


5 


214 


407 


274 


220 


668 


_ 


381 


491 


175 


5 


74 


131 


115 


61 


300 


- 


99 


200 


50 


- 


107 


188 


132 


118 


318 


- 


176 


222 


76 


- 


10 


10 


14 


25 


39 


- 


62 


36 


36 


- 


17 


46 


6 


8 


11 


_ 


39 


14 


7 


- 


6 


32 


7 


8 


- 


- 


5 


19 


6 



280 
248 



61 

1 293 

1 290 
3 



17 

368 

352 



35 

1 426 

1 391 
35 



14 

224 

115 

6 
36 

I 594 

1 583 
11 



42 733 


35 932 


46 259 


43 837 


71 506 


26 655 


18 801 


27 468 


20 493 


35 933 


89 


123 


35 


67 


103 


54 


48 


23 


27 


21 


35 


75 


12 


40 


82 



33 000 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie County 



Tract 121 

(pt.) Tract 122 



1 787 



1 768 



433 
278 



157 

1 768 

1 742 

26 



1 033 



1 007 



40 

256 

166 



96 

1 007 
989 

18 



40 207 


32 714 


21 557 


19 711 


70 


106 


31 


25 


39 


81 



Tract 123 



710 



11 


- 


_ 


159 


56 


7 


170 


69 


7 


438 


92 


5 


388 


13 


- 


365 


121 


51 


138 


159 


75 


118 


523 


565 






7 


89 


207 


69 


403 


372 


168 


1 024 


281 


321 


218 


125 


108 


53 


48 


37 



1 783 


1 020 


704 


1 756 


1 033 


710 


1 764 


1 033 


700 


2 


- 


- 



687 



19 

121 
109 



27 

687 

680 
7 



33 092 

22 725 

59 

38 

21 



146 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Doto based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Kaukauna city, Outagamie 
County— Con. 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Remainder of Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 
(pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 109 
(pt.) 



Tract 110 Tract 11 1.01 
(pt.) (pt.) 



Tract 111.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 114 
(pt.) 



Tract 115.02 
(pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 -. 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



888 



7 
21 
64 
190 
134 
104 
151 
217 



45 
317 
432 

89 

5 



869 



36 



10 



885 


36 


847 


36 


857 


36 


9 


- 


6 


- 


3 


- 



34 



19 

8 
11 



10 



19 



1 342 



52 

263 
198 
549 
196 
47 
30 
7 



29 

410 
585 
192 
126 



102 

13 



1 342 
1 194 
1 333 



1 278 



174 



5 
67 
26 

5 
48 
17 

6 



10 
70 
80 
14 



174 
133 
174 



165 



2 001 



308 

875 

291 

339 

89 

73 

26 



8 

79 

695 

991 

205 

23 



1 993 
1 798 
1 990 



1 956 



258 


6 


- 


2 


181 


4 


- 


2 


3 
62 


2 


_ 


2 


860 


34 


10 


4 


830 


34 


10 


4 


30 
9 
9 


- 


- 


- 


35 856 


29 752 


27 000 


6 675 


25 852 


14 276 


14 036 


16 409 


45 


7 


- 


- 


27 


5 


- 


- 


18 


2 


- 


- 



19 
19 



53 

237 

110 



32 

1 278 

1 278 



165 
165 



106 
60 



15 

1 956 

1 945 

11 



35 243 



332 



17 
41 
135 
81 
52 



26 
217 

71 
12 



326 
102 
326 



332 



38 
38 



332 
332 



268 



34 
53 
50 
49 
36 
38 



24 
67 

143 

29 

5 



263 
24 
17 



257 



586 


23 


3 


- 


5 


697 


138 


1 380 


269 


205 


16 


- 


- 


1 


- 


8 


- 


7 


_ 


6 


105 


2 


- 


- 


8 


468 


- 


417 


23 




139 


9 


7 


3 


6 


65 


22 


80 


40 


46 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 


5 


30 


_ 














21 


" 


42 


— 


- 


71 


2 




2 




73 




33 


5 




262 


11 


- 


- 


- 


659 


21 


438 


42 


50 


374 


14 


10 


1 


19 


400 


119 


1 174 


214 


147 


162 


7 


- 


1 


- 


146 


25 


311 


71 


60 


1.8 


1.8 


2.0 


1.5 


2.0 


1.6 


2.1 


1.9 


2.1 


2.1 


657 


27 


7 


2 


19 


439 


119 


1 161 


282 


227 


20 


3 


- 


- 


- 


18 


5 


207 


22 


13 


120 


7 


- 


- 


6 


148 


48 


524 


53 


40 


66 


2 


- 


- 


8 


113 


14 


138 


59 


61 


183 


4 


7 


- 


- 


107 


16 


188 


95 


72 


268 


11 


- 


2 


5 


53 


36 


104 


53 


41 


212 


7 


3 


2 


- 


839 


46 


795 


50 


30 


75 


2 


3 


1 


- 


415 


24 


539 


18 


13 


75 


2 


- 


- 


- 


301 


17 


229 


32 


17 


48 


3 


- 


1 


- 


78 


5 


21 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 


- 


6 


- 


- 



43 
31 



257 
257 



79 210 


44 394 


50 666 


57 122 


61 134 


26 870 


35 010 


30 692 


25 649 


42 993 


141 


- 


91 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


29 


_ 


_ 


141 


- 


62 


- 


- 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 147 



Table 32 Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990-Con. 

(Data based on sample ond subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 1 1 6 



Tract 117 



Tract 118 



Tract 119 



Tract 120 



Tract 121 
(pt.) 



Tract 124 
(pt.) 



Tract 125 
(pt.) 



Tract 126 



Tract 127 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 — 

1970 to 1979 - 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier.. — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more . 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1 01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



1 232 



1 178 



868 



2 323 



884 



89 



85 



2 281 



33 



1 934 



1 811 



37 


- 


5 


48 


19 


4 


- 


57 


77 


16 


237 


53 


14 


254 


63 


6 


6 


432 


211 


95 


58 


18 


- 


426 


33 


7 


2 


193 


183 


159 


307 


74 


59 


858 


134 


22 


50 


559 


470 


379 


229 


57 


89 


337 


308 


16 


15 


514 


275 


205 


295 


308 


237 


164 


168 


6 


4 


194 


128 


139 


28 


294 


119 


67 


54 


13 


6 


56 


58 


121 


41 


374 


345 


169 


105 


15 


2 


276 


532 


697 




4 




8 












14 


99 


114 


69 


101 


14 


2 


- 


82 


27 


147 


170 


250 


231 


700 


135 


12 


27 


367 


325 


437 


767 


528 


396 


1 259 


522 


46 


53 


1 248 


1 104 


797 


168 


259 


155 


212 


180 


24 


5 


498 


348 


314 


28 


23 


17 


43 


33 


5 




86 


130 


102 
















67 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


- 


- 



1 232 


1 178 


868 


2 323 


882 


89 


85 


2 276 


1 934 


1 801 


1 167 


1 178 


868 


2 243 


834 


32 


68 


565 


105 


1 120 


1 163 


1 178 


868 


2 249 


846 


32 


67 


689 


709 


1 111 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


10 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


3 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


2 


1 223 


1 157 


837 


2 285 


875 


89 


85 


2 242 


1 885 


1 731 


1 007 


901 


552 


1 696 


743 


59 


54 


817 


625 


710 


6 


5 


- 


5 


8 


5 


- 


249 


353 


215 


73 


36 


64 


434 


21 


6 


19 


298 


129 


221 


108 


200 


216 


131 


88 


15 


10 


806 


607 


414 


29 


15 


- 


19 


15 


4 


2 


72 


169 


171 






5 












2 


" 


67 


56 


38 


78 


17 






10 


36 


82 


282 


461 


310 


564 


163 


16 


19 


452 


223 


545 


655 


465 


351 


1 296 


474 


40 


45 


1 161 


889 


722 


219 


175 


138 


347 


221 


33 


21 


619 


737 


382 


1.9 


1.7 


1.7 


1.9 


2.1 


2.3 


2.1 


2.2 


2.4 


1.9 


1 031 


884 


629 


1 725 


789 


79 


58 


1 883 


1 677 


1 237 


79 


33 


28 


123 


49 


6 


7 


145 


193 


99 


258 


212 


94 


436 


152 


11 


9 


517 


394 


254 


81 


104 


61 


371 


94 


13 


2 


212 


238 


170 


266 


69 


129 


489 


150 


26 


31 


491 


467 


366 


347 


466 


317 


306 


344 


23 


9 


518 


385 


348 


192 


273 


208 


560 


86 


10 


27 


359 


208 


494 


35 


132 


92 


217 


41 


7 


8 


171 


72 


232 


100 


97 


90 


293 


27 


3 


14 


125 


100 


161 


25 


26 


- 


33 


8 


- 


5 


26 


19 


60 


25 


3 


7 


17 


4 


- 


_ 


26 


8 


23 


7 


15 


19 


- 


6 


- 


- 


11 


9 


18 



33 



242 


274 




190 


339 




110 


17 




9 


372 




233 


359 


181 


237 




173 


257 




104 


17 




2 


336 




220 


276 


- 


- 




- 


6 




_ 


_ 




_ 






2 


5 


41 


33 




20 


46 




10 


- 




- 


10 




21 


56 


1 223 


1 157 




837 


2 283 




873 


89 




85 


2 232 


1 


885 


1 729 


1 189 


1 152 




831 


2 242 




848 


87 




83 


2 213 


1 


862 


1 701 


34 


5 




6 


41 




25 


2 




2 


19 




23 


28 


_ 


- 




- 


2 




2 


— 




- 


10 




_ 


2 


- 


- 




- 


2 




2 


_ 




- 


10 




- 


2 


44 026 


32 864 


34 


764 


39 521 


42 


260 


40 530 


38 


135 


48 590 


44 


266 


37 637 


18 Oil 


22 419 


20 497 


25 236 


32 


343 


33 816 


31 


331 


37 765 


27 


597 


23 575 


51 


69 




63 


133 




27 


_ 




_ 


59 




74 


1 1 1 


17 


30 




16 


53 




21 


_ 




_ 


39 




51 


44 


34 


39 




47 


80 




6 


- 




- 


20 




23 


67 



148 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Outagamie County— Con. 



Tract 128 



Tract 129 



Tract 130 



Tract 131 



Tract 132 



Totals for split trocts/BNA's in Winnebago County 



Tract 3 



Tract 4 



Tract 9 



Tract 10 



Tract 13 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 - — 

1980 to 1984 — 

1970 to 1979 — 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 - 

1939 or earlier — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 - 

2 — — 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 — 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



2 181 



37 



2 192 



1 151 



1 668 



1 354 



1 834 



1 256 



1 021 



89 



33 



44 



1 159 



36 



1 201 



67 


64 


6 


28 


9 


7 


43 


20 


12 


_ 


180 


239 


95 


88 


66 


86 


38 


167 


77 


35 


199 


237 


129 


199 


91 


150 


160 


153 


118 


52 


545 


725 


454 


395 


288 


352 


79 


256 


303 


78 


277 


281 


129 


174 


144 


470 


98 


233 


186 


339 


158 


192 


68 


160 


117 


399 


188 


79 


150 


67 


135 


89 


56 


123 


90 


139 


196 


35 


63 


121 


620 


365 


214 


501 


549 


231 


454 


78 


250 


509 


8 




4 


2 






26 




22 


5 


89 


43 


50 


127 


46 


137 


151 


48 


223 


76 


490 


407 


239 


372 


246 


631 


423 


335 


488 


280 


1 089 


1 295 


619 


744 


619 


779 


551 


492 


319 


625 


390 


336 


222 


333 


305 


249 


93 


121 


88 


173 


115 


111 


17 


90 


138 


38 


12 


25 


19 


42 










2 


10 




40 


20 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


7 


- 


41 



2 170 


2 190 


1 140 


1 659 


1 339 


1 834 


1 256 


1 015 


1 141 


1 201 


752 


75 


140 


1 047 


185 


1 757 


1 244 


964 


1 146 


1 195 


827 


493 


88 


1 057 


237 


1 757 


1 248 


1 000 


1 159 


1 195 


18 


2 


7 


3 


31 


8 


9 


6 


_ 




12 


- 


1 


3 


15 


8 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 104 


2 148 


1 098 


1 626 


1 289 


1 763 


1 206 


989 


1 131 


1 167 


486 


433 


96 


766 


96 


1 638 


1 066 


805 


954 


1 081 


544 


395 


347 


160 


434 


- 


16 


_ 


7 


6 


246 


131 


72 


143 


73 


100 


100 


149 


117 


50 


603 


1 049 


437 


451 


400 


19 


18 


10 


28 


30 


223 


140 


144 


106 


286 


6 


6 


18 


_ 




2 




2 










7 


25 


_ 


51 


42 


49 


41 


30 


108 


117 


52 


82 


83 


486 


307 


295 


513 


283 


711 


430 


286 


678 


424 


959 


1 141 


475 


751 


576 


710 


482 


513 


281 


480 


608 


658 


279 


321 


400 


234 


177 


138 


90 


180 


2.2 


2.3 


2.0 


1.9 


2.2 


1.7 


1.6 


1.8 


1.3 


1.7 


1 756 


1 928 


907 


1 264 


1 104 


1 188 


786 


687 


538 


806 


132 


170 


48 


101 


62 


75 


77 


48 


21 


37 


382 


401 


207 


220 


169 


278 


131 


239 


133 


150 


296 


286 


186 


175 


171 


144 


98 


96 


30 


98 


474 


661 


291 


409 


348 


287 


186 


161 


85 


136 


472 


410 


175 


359 


354 


404 


294 


143 


269 


385 


348 


220 


191 


362 


185 


575 


420 


302 


593 


361 


104 


75 


88 


132 


59 


211 


199 


98 


236 


115 


172 


72 


64 


103 


57 


258 


144 


140 


216 


141 


41 


13 


18 


72 


38 


43 


51 


41 


100 


73 


14 


28 


15 


40 


9 


44 


14 


23 


28 


32 


17 


32 


6 


15 


22 


19 


12 


- 


13 





14 



405 


285 




161 




436 


310 


444 


254 




220 


405 


248 


340 
6 
7 


256 




127 




342 


275 

2 
7 


323 


228 




162 


257 


226 


_ 




23 




_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 






41 


22 




25 




30 


24 


50 


47 




46 


82 


59 


2 090 


2 146 


1 


097 


1 


623 


1 272 


1 755 


1 197 




989 


1 131 


1 167 


2 049 


2 072 


1 


041 


1 


572 


1 233 


1 725 


1 191 




961 


1 123 


1 151 


41 


74 




56 




51 


39 


30 


6 




28 


8 


16 


14 


2 




1 




3 


17 


8 


9 




_ 


_ 




14 


2 




1 




3 


15 
2 


8 


9 




- 


- 


: 


39 331 


44 145 


38 


857 


38 


182 


38 409 


53 796 


29 458 


40 


798 


32 662 


34 517 


20 793 


27 418 


26 


684 


22 


392 


22 597 


22 671 


22 177 


25 


118 


20 750 


22 034 


141 


104 




130 




155 


124 


99 


116 




67 


103 


87 


91 


84 




73 




108 


75 


34 


44 




41 


21 


34 


50 


20 




57 




47 


49 


65 


72 




26 


82 


53 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 149 



Table 32 Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 

[Data bosed on somple and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 14 



Tract 15 



Tract 16 



Tract 17 



Tract 18 



Tract 19 



Tract 25 



Tract 26.01 



Tract 26.02 



Tract 28.98 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 — 

1985 to 1988 -- 

1980 to 1984 - - 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 -- -- -. 

1940 to 1949 — 

1939 or earlier.. — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



1 774 



33 



1 451 



40 



759 



822 



2 701 



1 452 



1 907 



1 354 



24 



1 503 



1 881 



39 


- 


4 


11 


121 


13 


82 


46 


38 


51 


196 


42 


92 


66 


567 


24 


377 


168 


125 


101 


132 


49 


50 


89 


466 


65 


176 


54 


261 


201 


168 


22 


207 


210 


670 


386 


736 


425 


647 


149 


147 


51 


116 


157 


495 


269 


179 


353 


358 


266 


257 


206 


85 


78 


149 


200 


191 


180 


35 


438 


163 


81 


102 


110 


88 


101 


89 


73 


39 


159 


672 


1 000 


103 


101 


145 


394 


77 


55 


— 


516 


10 


23 






6 


6 


5 




23 


25 


176 


170 


34 


27 


52 


60 


404 


6 


175 


212 


646 


453 


330 


269 


579 


256 


965 


407 


426 


541 


680 


478 


307 


473 


1 564 


772 


413 


766 


672 


860 


232 


273 


69 


45 


450 


278 


96 


128 


182 


206 


30 


54 


19 


8 


50 


80 


24 


47 


25 


37 


20 








53 




39 


39 






12 


- 


- 


- 


48 


- 


43 


4 


- 


_ 














7 


6 




— 


1 774 


1 429 


759 


822 


2 701 


1 448 


1 907 


1 354 


1 495 


1 876 


1 724 


1 397 


224 


96 


1 421 


33 


1 907 


1 348 


1 503 


1 881 


1 736 


1 414 


216 


96 


2 380 


407 


1 907 


1 343 


1 503 


1 881 


- 


10 


7 


- 


5 


6 


- 


_ 


7 




- 


6 


7 


- 


- 


6 


_ 


_ 


7 




- 


4 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 737 


1 378 


713 


767 


2 612 


1 339 


1 849 


1 315 


1 484 


1 819 


1 610 


1 258 


581 


650 


2 133 


817 


1 186 


1 045 


1 123 


1 023 


20 


- 


12 


33 


80 


250 


27 


_ 


_ 


91 


82 


42 


70 


26 


290 


59 


402 


110 


316 


272 


- 


78 


31 


27 


54 


150 


145 


148 


36 


413 


25 


- 


19 


31 


45 


63 


39 


12 


9 


20 










10 




50 


— 


~~ 




140 


129 


18 


12 


40 


38 


199 


25 


38 


131 


723 


533 


182 


217 


669 


243 


895 


356 


449 


724 


681 


582 


373 


377 


1 422 


661 


614 


686 


715 


718 


193 


134 


140 


161 


481 


397 


141 


248 


282 


246 


1.6 


1.6 


1.9 


2.0 


1.9 


2.2 


1.4 


1.9 


1.9 


1.6 


1 276 


889 


493 


668 


2 128 


1 177 


629 


1 084 


925 


1 217 


93 


68 


35 


46 


224 


71 


55 


84 


94 


120 


315 


137 


152 


176 


653 


251 


122 


197 


253 


246 


148 


110 


95 


111 


373 


181 


69 


205 


167 


114 


255 


174 


89 


214 


545 


337 


235 


368 


268 


221 


465 


400 


122 


121 


333 


337 


148 


230 


143 


516 


461 


489 


220 


99 


484 


162 


1 220 


231 


559 


602 


155 


221 


94 


22 


225 


40 


507 


69 


329 


292 


223 


158 


95 


34 


209 


63 


516 


111 


169 


213 


51 


54 


26 


43 


50 


22 


97 


27 


48 


29 


8 


38 


- 


- 


- 


21 


84 


18 


13 


53 


24 


18 


5 


- 


- 


16 


16 


6 




15 



29 



550 




360 


81 




171 


377 




231 




465 




251 


90 


413 


420 




302 


76 




151 


329 




215 




146 




220 


51 


313 


- 




6 


7 




- 


- 




4 




_ 




_ 






5 




- 


— 




- 


- 




4 




_ 










133 




76 


5 




7 


22 




23 




118 




19 


17 


97 


1 737 


1 


368 


706 




767 


2 607 


1 


333 


1 


849 


1 


315 


1 477 


1 819 


1 737 


1 


355 


706 




745 


2 599 


1 


327 


1 


838 


1 


289 


1 453 


1 794 


- 




13 


- 




22 


8 




6 




11 




26 


24 


25 


- 




10 


7 




- 


5 




6 




_ 






7 




- 




10 


7 




- 


5 




4 




_ 




_ 


7 


_ 






" 


~ 




- 


- 




2 




- 




- 


- 


- 


3 243 


32 


709 


42 683 


40 


666 


48 693 


45 


241 


44 


348 


43 


136 


46 248 


35 453 


1 356 


26 


239 


25 085 


29 


919 


24 288 


32 882 


26 068 


26 


681 


25 303 


20 005 


143 




101 


36 




47 


144 




73 




157 




37 


101 


178 


56 




47 


24 




29 


61 




56 




14 




26 


46 


47 


85 




54 


12 




18 


83 




17 




143 




11 


55 


131 



150 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on somple and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 



Tract 31.98 



Tract 32 



Tract 34 



Tract 36 



Tract 37.01 



Tract 37.02 



Appleton city (pt.), Winnebago 
County 



Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.02 (pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 - 

1985 to 1988 -- — 

1980 to 1984 - - 

1970 to 1979 - 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 — 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas — — 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 „ - 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 — 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990— - 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 — 

1969 or earlier. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household Income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



743 



743 
743 
743 



711 



28 



1 033 



1 033 
1 033 
1 026 



990 



994 



994 
994 
994 



951 



10 



1 819 



1 216 



1 581 



1 585 



1 815 
1 766 
1 803 



1 777 



1 210 
1 092 
1 098 



1 187 



1 581 

1 537 

1 537 

10 

4 

6 

1 553 



1 585 

665 

644 

2 

2 

1 538 



40 



285 



- 


- 


- 


14 


9 


28 


51 


36 


10 


23 


4 


15 


48 


255 


145 


193 


23 


35 


- 


59 


92 


233 


212 


27 


28 


52 


12 


96 


206 


534 


435 


8 


63 


98 


45 


239 


507 


460 


319 


_ 


131 


32 


223 


730 


296 


48 


191 


11 


103 


104 


232 


283 


32 


23 


101 


_ 


385 


689 


478 


383 


26 


" 


131 


10 




6 


3 


6 






13 




80 


135 


50 


132 


80 


69 


31 


66 


191 


319 


233 


695 


103 


672 


242 


195 


284 


339 


440 


771 


542 


678 


908 


24 


152 


204 


222 


181 


416 


156 


323 


_ 


36 


30 


46 


34 


75 


6 


68 


~ 








36 




76 






- 


31 


- 


7 


- 


70 


- 


13 



285 
285 
285 



270 



529 


743 


683 


1 113 


1 021 


1 231 


1 175 


95 


4 


- 


11 


15 


24 


- 


- 


88 


_ 




18 


92 


15 


151 


83 


265 


36 


162 


_ 


164 


132 


222 


471 


71 


23 


188 




_ 


- 


12 


16 


18 


12 


29 
5 


51 


7 
6 


: 


57 


89 


30 


165 


59 


31 


14 


49 




249 


393 


345 


651 


354 


529 


239 


148 


_ 


259 


358 


457 


720 


553 


800 


852 


73 


4 


146 


150 


119 


241 


221 


193 


433 


_ 




1.8 


1.7 


1.7 


1.6 


1.9 


1.8 


2.2 


1.1 


2.0 


534 


585 


818 


1 329 


1 026 


865 


1 440 




4 


61 


55 


66 


91 


34 


115 


129 


_ 




97 


101 


156 


176 


256 


344 


355 


_ 


_ 


94 


82 


105 


163 


167 


75 


278 


_ 


_ 


102 


123 


162 


275 


252 


237 


406 


_ 


_ 


180 


224 


329 


624 


317 


94 


272 


_ 


4 


177 


405 


133 


448 


161 


688 


98 


270 




68 


231 


49 


167 


53 


263 


33 


133 


_ 


74 


112 


44 


185 


44 


330 


42 


127 


_ 


17 


26 


23 


70 


20 


48 


6 


_ 


_ 


18 


15 


17 


26 


38 


47 


17 


_ 


_ 


- 


21 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


10 


- 



162 




167 




293 




523 


293 


211 




159 


135 


4 


148 




135 




284 




468 


222 


107 




159 
2 


- 


4 


6 
35 




47 




30 




120 


43 


31 




7 


49 


- 


711 




990 




951 


1 


777 


1 187 


1 543 


1 


536 


270 


4 


711 




979 




951 


1 


760 


1 187 


1 509 


1 


522 


270 


4 


- 




11 




- 




17 


- 


34 




14 


_ 




- 




- 




- 




- 


- 


10 




2 


_ 


_ 


- 




- 




— 




- 


~ 


10 




2 


- 


- 


46 037 


54 


342 


50 


419 


32 


702 


66 026 


43 426 


52 


246 




15 203 


19 062 


22 


833 


27 


298 


24 809 


15 374 


27 437 


46 


187 


30 420 




65 




91 




34 




121 


61 


71 




33 


22 


_ 


10 




36 




30 




74 


29 


13 




33 


_ 


_ 


55 




55 




4 




47 


32 


58 




- 


22 


_ 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 151 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sompling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Menasha city (pt.), Winnebago County 



Tract 25 (pt.) 



Tract 26.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 26.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 27 



Tract 28.98 
(pt.) 



Tract 29 



Tract 30.98 
(pt.) 



Neenah city, Winnebago County 



Tract 31.98 

(pt.) Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 33 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 -. 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 -. 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



65 



7 

39 



6 
37 

17 
5 



34 
7 



493 



13 
93 
16 
146 
178 
23 
12 
12 



6 

150 

291 

33 

13 



841 



18 

45 

180 

487 

89 

14 

8 



6 
150 
268 
337 



1 113 



5 
33 
53 

73 
299 
343 
307 



40 

390 

474 

178 

31 



1 667 



47 
87 
181 
128 
236 
426 
130 
432 



25 

212 
503 
715 
179 
33 



1 220 



72 
28 
90 

117 
85 
73 
80 

675 



47 

344 
348 
298 
160 
23 



743 



10 
23 
28 
63 
131 
103 
385 



80 
191 
284 
152 

36 



65 


493 


833 


1 105 


1 662 


1 215 


743 


1 033 


994 


1 409 


65 


493 


841 


1 113 


1 667 


1 220 


743 


1 033 


994 


1 401 


65 


488 


841 


1 113 


1 667 


1 214 


743 


1 026 


994 


1 401 


— 


- 


7 


8 


— 


6 


_ 


_ 






- 


- 


7 


8 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


65 


486 


822 


1 088 


1 618 


1 166 


711 


990 


951 


1 368 


19 


421 


565 


701 


875 


883 


529 


743 


683 


972 


- 


— 


— 


8 


91 


— 


- 


11 


15 


41 


46 


52 


250 


19 


266 


95 


18 


92 


15 


92 


- 


13 


7 


348 


366 


138 


164 


132 


222 


250 


- 


- 


- 


6 


20 


39 


- 


12 


16 


6 








6 




11 


" 


_ 




7 


7 


6 


22 


64 


131 


249 


57 


89 


30 


158 


37 


145 


287 


436 


660 


482 


249 


393 


345 


554 


21 


277 


410 


463 


643 


335 


259 


358 


457 


498 


- 


58 


103 


125 


184 


100 


146 


150 


119 


158 


1.2 


1.8 


1.8 


1.6 


1.6 


1.3 


1.8 


1.7 


1.7 


1.5 


51 


335 


413 


868 


1 051 


445 


534 


585 


818 


830 


5 


28 


52 


74 


116 


33 


61 


55 


66 


48 


12 


48 


99 


122 


221 


104 


97 


101 


156 


150 


6 


73 


86 


83 


104 


66 


94 


82 


105 


151 


28 


99 


156 


166 


164 


74 


102 


123 


162 


135 


- 


87 


20 


423 


446 


168 


180 


224 


329 


346 


14 


151 


409 


220 


567 


721 


177 


405 


133 


538 


7 


56 


269 


69 


282 


310 


68 


231 


49 


249 


7 


65 


94 


127 


201 


227 


74 


112 


44 


196 


- 


14 


39 


12 


23 


81 


17 


26 


23 


62 


- 


10 


7 


7 


46 


69 


18 


15 


17 


25 


~~ 


6 


- 


5 


15 


34 


- 


21 


- 


6 



24 



29 



85 



28 



22 




84 




37 




317 


372 




352 




16? 




167 


293 


318 


22 




59 




11 




300 
8 


272 




151 




148 




135 


284 


264 


- 




- 




- 




8 


_ 




21 




6 








" 


~~ 




6 




7 




57 


97 




154 




35 




47 


30 


110 


65 




486 




815 


1 


080 


1 618 


1 


160 




711 




990 


951 


1 368 


65 




469 




804 


1 


080 


1 593 


1 


149 




711 




979 


951 


1 338 


_ 




17 




11 




- 


25 




11 




_ 




11 




30 


- 




— 




7 




8 


— 




6 




_ 










- 




- 




7 




8 


- 




- 




_ 




_ 


_ 








— 




- 




- 


- 




6 




- 




- 


- 


- 


55 242 


41 


523 


51 


539 


34 


621 


34 820 


29 


593 


46 037 


54 34? 


50 419 


35 417 


39 727 


24 B8U 


22 


281 


25 


358 


19 450 


17 


758 


19 


06? 


22 


833 


27 298 


22 147 


~ 




5 




67 




101 


164 




149 




65 




91 


34 


129 


— 




_ 




19 




56 


40 




6 




10 




36 


30 


48 






5 




48 




45 


124 




143 




55 




55 


4 


81 



1 033 



23 
35 

52 
98 
32 
104 
689 



6 
135 
319 
339 
204 
30 



994 



12 

45 

223 

232 

478 



3 

50 

233 

440 

222 

46 



1 409 



14 
18 
128 
49 
267 
272 
661 



32 

256 
437 
488 
181 
15 



25 



152 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



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Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Neenah city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 34 (pt.; 



Tract 35 Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 
(pt.) 



Tract 37.02 
(pt.) 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County 



Tract ] 



Tract 2 Tract 3 (pt.) Tract 4 (pt.; 



Tract 5 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990- 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 .- 

1950 to 1959 - 

1940 to 1949 - 

1939 or earlier — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 — 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier... 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



1 725 



1 085 



1 088 



1 542 



385 



1 356 



1 235 



1 757 



1 256 



1 930 



14 


7 


5 


28 


15 


- 


- 


7 


43 


20 


15 


26 


32 


243 


97 


32 


17 


86 


38 


_ 


59 


102 


82 


233 


149 


- 


27 


150 


160 


36 


96 


526 


188 


534 


108 


27 


180 


345 


79 


32 


228 


320 


485 


460 


- 


58 


39 


444 


98 


123 


686 


68 


260 


27 


- 


120 


37 


380 


188 


241 


271 


12 


22 


17 


- 


107 


119 


139 


196 


234 


356 


24 


14 




16 


1 012 


816 


206 


454 


1 244 


6 










12 


26 




26 


55 


132 


191 


80 


69 


- 


118 


322 


122 


151 


293 


655 


420 


92 


666 


38 


517 


304 


601 


423 


533 


722 


413 


482 


657 


260 


489 


332 


756 


551 


703 


176 


54 


368 


144 


81 


188 


221 


240 


93 


296 


34 


7 


66 


6 


6 


32 


30 


38 


12 


50 


36 






76 








to 






7 


- 


- 


70 


- 


- 


18 


- 


- 


_ 



1 721 


1 079 


1 082 


1 542 


385 


1 348 


1 229 


1 757 


1 256 


1 917 


1 717 


1 085 


1 081 


1 531 


381 


1 356 


1 235 


1 745 


1 244 


1 930 


1 716 


1 085 


1 081 


1 531 


381 


1 356 


1 229 


1 745 


1 248 


1 930 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


6 


8 


9 


13 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


8 


9 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


13 


1 683 


1 073 


1 067 


1 514 


378 


1 296 


1 174 


1 703 


1 206 


1 849 


1 032 


757 


939 


1 215 


363 


1 247 


1 007 


1 591 


1 066 


1 684 


24 


- 


- 


- 


5 


8 


6 


_ 


16 


_ 


151 


263 


83 


265 


6 


25 


85 


100 


100 


92 


458 


25 


45 


12 


4 


6 


40 


12 


18 


37 


18 


28 


- 


17 
5 


- 


10 


36 


- 


6 


36 


156 


96 


54 


31 




83 


247 


108 


117 


253 


611 


377 


354 


502 


43 


568 


380 


681 


430 


747 


693 


456 


482 


788 


275 


476 


436 


691 


482 


615 


223 


144 


177 


193 


60 


169 


111 


223 


177 


234 


1.6 


1.7 


1.8 


1.8 


2.1 


1.6 


1.4 


1.7 


1.6 


1.5 


1 246 


475 


906 


838 


360 


750 


496 


1 143 


786 


862 


91 


29 


25 


115 


41 


38 


13 


75 


77 


86 


169 


98 


216 


332 


137 


172 


71 


273 


131 


134 


145 


58 


157 


75 


118 


78 


98 


130 


98 


74 


264 


191 


219 


231 


64 


142 


111 


281 


186 


223 


577 


99 


289 


85 


- 


320 


203 


384 


294 


345 


437 


598 


161 


676 


18 


546 


678 


560 


420 


987 


167 


189 


53 


263 


7 


264 


290 


196 


199 


587 


174 


263 


44 


318 


7 


197 


246 


258 


144 


223 


70 


73 


20 


48 


- 


30 


71 


43 


51 


95 


26 


67 


38 


47 


4 


43 


71 


44 


14 


53 




6 


6 






12 




19 


12 


29 


40 


19 


_ 


16 


_ 


54 


35 


11 


44 


103 


487 


135 


284 


195 


- 


321 


299 


431 


254 


330 


432 


60 


213 


91 


: 


289 


130 


310 


228 


248 


111 


52 


38 


31 


- 


58 


163 


50 


47 


6 
84 


1 683 


1 073 


1 067 


1 504 


378 


1 296 


1 168 


1 695 


1 197 


1 836 


1 666 


1 053 


1 067 


1 470 


364 


1 259 


1 149 


1 665 


1 191 


1 805 


17 


20 


- 


34 


14 


37 


19 


30 


6 


31 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


6 


8 


9 


13 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


8 


9 


13 


- 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6 


- 


- 


- 


32 541 


43 267 


59 575 


43 998 


49 849 


36 678 


34 977 


54 285 


29 458 


33 806 


24 936 


22 132 


15 374 


27 188 


54 286 


19 545 


18 530 


22 834 


22 177 


17 787 


108 


60 


61 


71 


- 


132 


166 


93 


116 


381 


61 


16 


29 


13 


- 


16 


29 


28 


44 


24 


47 


44 


32 


58 


- 


116 


137 


65 


72 


357 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 153 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 6 



Tract 7 



Tract 8 Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



Tract 1 1 



Tract 12 Tract 13 (pt.) Tract 14 (pt.) Tract 15 (pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 - — 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 — 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 — 

1950 to 1959 - - 

1940 to 1949 — 

1939 or earlier.. 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 
Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



860 



825 



1 519 



28 



978 



1 159 



1 871 



992 



1 201 



36 



25 



1 749 



32 



1 424 



- 


14 


5 


20 


12 


17 


14 


_ 


39 


_ 


- 


33 


165 


154 


77 


151 


34 


35 


195 


42 


58 


20 


15 


140 


118 


133 


34 


52 


132 


45 


196 


83 


126 


256 


303 


564 


55 


78 


155 


22 


66 


81 


84 


224 


186 


503 


45 


339 


145 


51 


14 


97 


280 


79 


150 


249 


57 


67 


255 


204 


50 


119 


106 


35 


63 


92 


43 


121 


163 


66 


476 


378 


738 


70 


250 


162 


710 


509 


665 


994 


72 


31 


7 




22 




10 


5 


10 


17 


487 


93 


202 


48 


223 


378 


103 


76 


176 


170 


117 


351 


508 


324 


488 


599 


314 


280 


643 


441 


109 


165 


516 


468 


319 


647 


375 


625 


672 


474 


55 


141 


226 


113 


88 


212 


158 


173 


220 


268 


20 


44 


60 


25 


19 


35 


32 


42 


28 


54 






32 


40 


20 


60 




21 


20 




25 


- 


29 


7 


- 


46 


- 


41 


12 


- 



834 


825 


1 519 


972 


1 141 


1 871 


973 


1 201 


1 749 


1 402 


860 


825 


1 519 


938 


1 146 


1 844 


984 


1 195 


1 724 


1 391 


860 


825 


1 519 


966 


1 159 


1 871 


992 


1 195 


1 736 


1 408 


15 


- 


9 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 




10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


_ 




6 


15 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


771 


787 


1 441 


946 


1 131 


1 821 


937 


1 167 


1 712 


1 357 


569 


616 


1 233 


773 


954 


1 434 


831 


1 081 


1 585 


1 237 


9 


- 


- 


- 


7 


4 


10 


6 


20 




145 


142 


143 


138 


117 


298 


69 


50 


82 


42 


14 


19 


19 


10 


28 


17 


12 


30 




78 


19 


5 


31 


18 


- 


68 


15 




25 




15 


5 


15 


7 


25 


— 


- 


_ 




- 


402 


90 


85 


44 


82 


240 


135 


83 


140 


129 


237 


168 


563 


286 


678 


763 


300 


424 


717 


533 


74 


355 


562 


487 


281 


645 


378 


480 


669 


561 


58 


174 


231 


129 


90 


173 


124 


180 


186 


134 


.8 


1.9 


1.7 


1.8 


1.3 


1.4 


1.6 


1.7 


1.5 


1.6 


75 


199 


874 


655 


538 


906 


556 


806 


1 255 


878 


- 


18 


49 


31 


21 


25 


37 


37 


93 


66 


- 


31 


203 


239 


133 


229 


102 


150 


315 


137 


3 


22 


108 


89 


30 


103 


48 


98 


142 


101 


9 


59 


165 


161 


85 


160 


131 


136 


244 


174 


63 


69 


349 


135 


269 


389 


238 


385 


461 


400 


696 


588 


567 


291 


593 


915 


381 


361 


457 


479 


243 


406 


298 


93 


236 


384 


110 


115 


154 


221 


209 


182 


238 


134 


216 


263 


196 


141 


220 


148 


130 


- 


19 


41 


100 


128 


20 


73 


51 


54 


94 


- 


12 


23 


28 


140 


25 


32 


8 


38 


20 


- 


- 


- 


13 


- 


30 


- 


24 


18 



35 



234 




67 


357 




212 


405 




642 




244 




248 


544 


360 


24 




67 


288 




154 


257 




319 




171 




226 


414 


302 
6 


7 

161 




16 


7 

58 




38 


82 




203 




82 




59 


5 
133 


76 


756 




787 


1 432 




946 


1 131 


1 


821 




937 


1 


167 


1 712 


1 347 


747 




766 


1 426 




918 


1 123 


1 


796 




924 


1 


151 


1 712 


1 334 


9 
15 
15 




21 


6 
9 
9 




28 


8 




25 




13 




16 




13 
10 
10 












~ 


- 




- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


16 472 


38 


216 


36 857 


39 906 


32 662 


33 


535 


25 


667 


34 


517 


32 915 


32 834 


1 1 084 


14 


590 


26 289 


24 


141 


20 750 


19 


849 


21 


907 


22 034 


21 159 


26 381 


255 




382 


127 




67 


103 




153 




94 




87 


141 


96 


17 




3 


24 




41 


21 




30 




25 




34 


56 


42 


238 




379 


103 




26 


82 




123 




69 




53 


85 


54 



154 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Oshkosh city, Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 16 (pt.) 



Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



Remainder of Winnebogo County 



Tract 3 (pt.) Tract 4 (pt.) Tract 9 (pt.) Tract 10 (pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 -- 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 - - 

1940 to 1949 — - 

1939 or earlier.. 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 — — 

2 — 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier... 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 - 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level — 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



131 



131 
131 



67 076 
27 087 



58 



55 
55 



36 819 



1 483 



177 
129 



1 425 
1 417 



48 766 

22 115 

107 

24 

83 



43 



37 023 
17 838 



77 



_ 


_ 


83 


_ 


_ 


42 


13 


317 


- 


- 


26 


- 


341 


- 


- 


39 


32 


501 


2 


7 


- 


13 


183 


18 


26 


- 


- 


13 


9 


19 


14 


- 


28 


3 


- 


10 




17 


11 


25 


- 


- 


6 
52 


- 


15 


83 


3 


411 


2 


30 


42 


55 


775 


35 


23 


6 


- 


232 


4 


9 


" 


" 


7 


2 


— 






53 






- 


- 


48 


- 


- 



131 


58 


1 483 


43 


77 


126 


51 


1 410 


13 


12 


126 


58 


1 438 
5 


17 


12 


131 


55 


5 
1 430 


43 


60 


87 


47 


1 106 


37 


47 


- 


- 


19 


- 


- 


33 


- 


271 


3 


- 


5 


8 


- 


- 


7 


6 


- 


24 


3 


6 


" 


" 


10 


" 


" 






18 


2 




32 


6 


454 


4 


30 


91 


49 


780 


28 


19 


8 


- 


178 


9 


11 


1.8 


1.9 


1.8 


2.1 


1.7 


30 


55 


1 038 


40 


45 


6 


6 


157 


2 


- 


6 


27 


348 


8 


5 


11 


- 


198 


2 


14 


7 


22 


292 


12 


6 


_ 


- 


43 


16 


20 


101 


- 


392 


3 


15 


41 


- 


192 


3 


15 


55 


- 


150 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


- 


- 



60 
60 



41 369 

16 603 

6 

6 



43 



11 

24 

8 



43 
26 
34 



43 

32 
11 



26 

9 

1.8 



32 

17 



8 
11 
5 
6 



43 
43 



59 063 
50 961 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 155 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990-Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 13 (pt.) 



Tract 14 (pt.) 



Tract 15 (pt.) 



Tract 16 (pt.) Tract 17 (pt.) 



Tract 18 (pt.) 



Tract 19 (pt.) 



Tract 20 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 • 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas - 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



25 



25 



25 



25 



27 



21 



62S 



582 



764 



712 



1 218 



1 182 



1 409 



1 296 



10 



2 152 



- 


- 


4 


11 


38 


13 


32 


1 


- 


50 


53 


250 


24 


96 


- 


4 


24 


89 


125 


65 


101 


13 


- 


168 


178 


169 


384 


610 


2 


- 


116 


144 


312 


251 


306 


2 


2 


85 


78 


136 


191 


250 


- 


15 


88 


110 


60 


98 


146 


7 


6 


93 


101 


128 


383 


611 




6 








6 


30 


- 


- 


34 


27 


- 


60 


152 


3 


12 


247 


266 


168 


254 


469 


8 


4 


265 


418 


789 


737 


995 


12 


5 


63 


45 


218 


274 


407 


2 




19 


8 


43 


78 


99 














16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 



27 


628 


764 


1 218 


1 405 


2 117 


6 


98 


45 


11 


20 


1 067 


6 


90 


38 


942 


390 


1 054 


- 


7 


- 


- 


6 


32 


- 


7 


- 


- 


6 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 



1 982 



494 


603 


1 027 


780 


1 124 


12 


33 


61 


250 


419 


37 


26 


19 


56 


90 


26 


19 


54 


150 


203 


13 


31 


21 


60 


146 



- 


- 


18 


12 


22 


36 


114 


6 


- 


150 


211 


215 


239 


478 


12 


21 


282 


328 


642 


633 


926 


7 


- 


132 


161 


303 


388 


464 


2.2 


2.0 


2.0 


2.0 


2.1 


2.2 


2.0 


21 


11 


463 


613 


1 090 


1 137 


1 568 


- 


2 


29 


40 


67 


69 


142 


- 


- 


146 


149 


305 


243 


246 


6 


9 


84 


111 


175 


179 


278 


11 


- 


82 


192 


253 


325 


466 


4 


- 


122 


121 


290 


321 


436 


4 


10 


119 


99 


92 


159 


414 


1 


- 


53 


22 


33 


37 


124 


3 


10 


40 


34 


59 


63 


162 


- 


- 


26 


43 


- 


22 


49 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


21 


43 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


36 



57 



6 


- 




81 




171 


200 




227 


452 


6 


- 




76 




151 


200 




211 


375 


- 


- 




7 




- 


- 




4 


2 


_ 


- 




- 




- 


- 




4 


_ 


— 


- 




5 




7 


22 




23 


64 


25 


21 




575 




712 


1 182 


1 


290 


1 955 


25 


21 




575 




690 


1 182 


1 


284 


1 940 


- 


- 




- 




22 


- 




6 


15 


- 


- 




7 




- 


- 




6 


27 


~ 


- 




7 




- 


- 




4 


27 








— 




- 


- 




2 


- 


52 811 


22 727 


41 


103 


41 


Oil 


48 623 


45 


530 


35 152 


43 926 


19 430 


23 386 


29 919 


33 545 


33 


165 


23 738 


2 


5 




36 




47 


37 




73 


140 


2 


5 




24 




29 


37 




56 


67 


— 


~ 




12 




18 


- 




17 


73 



156 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Trod 21 



Tract 22 



Tract 23 



Tract 24 Tract 25 (pt.) Tract 26.01 (pt.) Tract 26 02 (pt.) Tract 28.98 (pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990— , 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 — 

1940 to 1949 -- 

1939 or earlier — 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990... 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle available 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Mean household income in 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units .(dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



1 281 



1 021 



28 



3 008 



2 359 



32 



1 282 



1 244 



1 939 



1 557 



1 863 



1 514 



24 



861 



829 



658 



658 



214 



8 


67 


13 


129 


34 


33 


20 


4 


47 


193 


92 


371 


184 


75 


80 


14 


63 


226 


88 


384 


142 


38 


81 


20 


259 


692 


368 


585 


689 


279 


160 


21 


192 


523 


232 


233 


179 


175 


269 


30 


156 


346 


76 


123 


180 


157 


21 


12 


73 


164 


32 


49 


82 


61 


27 


29 


483 


797 


381 


65 


67 


43 


~ 


84 


14 


45 


2 




5 




17 




89 


258 


26 


43 


332 


_ 


25 


_ 


354 


906 


223 


451 


733 


257 


158 


38 


500 


1 204 


675 


1 126 


372 


475 


331 


145 


248 


430 


270 


284 


91 


95 


102 


27 


76 


165 


86 


35 


24 


34 


25 


4 




30 




132 


5 


39 






- 


6 


- 


19 


23 


4 


_ 


_ 




13 




41 


" 


6 


- 


- 


246 


2 967 


1 275 


1 934 


1 557 


861 


658 


214 


6 


915 


24 


1 678 


1 557 


855 


658 


214 


26 


1 193 


65 


1 690 


1 557 


855 


658 


214 


68 


36 


4 


- 


_ 


_ 






20 


15 


2 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


3 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 



201 



98 


1 138 


443 


1 376 


1 072 


624 


554 


148 


510 


506 


285 


39 


27 


_ 






48 


147 


52 


225 


194 


58 


66 


6 


228 


386 


384 


198 


145 


135 


29 


47 


137 


182 


80 


19 


32 


12 


9 










6 


44 


— 


~ 


- 


45 


88 


13 


27 


143 


19 


16 




202 


668 


196 


360 


710 


211 


162 


64 


425 


1 055 


665 


1 093 


520 


409 


301 


75 


349 


548 


370 


383 


141 


190 


179 


62 


2.3 


2.0 


2.2 


2.1 


1.4 


2.0 


2.0 


2.1 


839 


1 978 


1 088 


1 526 


578 


749 


508 


166 


47 


139 


76 


217 


50 


56 


42 


4 


140 


440 


226 


468 


110 


149 


154 


25 


117 


344 


141 


348 


63 


132 


81 


10 


251 


533 


325 


299 


207 


269 


112 


57 


284 


522 


320 


194 


148 


143 


119 


70 


182 


381 


156 


337 


936 


80 


150 


35 


52 


108 


36 


183 


367 


13 


60 


10 


59 


137 


62 


121 


382 


46 


75 


12 


19 


75 


21 


27 


97 


13 


9 


6 


24 


47 


16 


6 


84 


8 


6 


7 


28 


14 


21 


- 


6 


- 


- 





274 


610 


229 




220 




308 




167 




49 




41 


243 


522 


215 




179 




124 




161 




36 




41 


6 


6 


2 




- 




- 




- 










7 


5 


- 




- 




- 




- 




_ 




_ 


37 


61 


9 




27 




69 




13 




10 




- 


995 


2 341 


1 240 


1 


863 


1 


514 




829 




658 




?ni 


979 


2 324 


1 227 


1 


852 


1 


503 




820 




645 




?ni 


16 


17 


13 




11 




11 




9 




13 






26 


18 


4 




- 




- 




- 




_ 




_ 


26 


16 
2 


4 




~ 




_ 




- 




- 




- 


34 308 


38 642 


46 782 


60 


151 


43 


386 


43 


858 


42 


191 


39 458 


21 806 


23 756 


30 632 


33 


634 


24 608 


30 080 


33 


542 


28 


98R 


91 


127 


34 




76 




135 




32 




34 




14 


48 


76 


27 




38 




14 




26 




27 




7 


43 


51 


7 




38 




121 




6 




7 




7 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 157 



Table 32. Selected Structural Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Winnebago County— Con. 



Tract 30.98 (pt.) 



Tract 31.98 (pt.) 



Tract 32 (pt.) 



Tract 34 (pt.) 



Tract 36 (pt.) 



Tract 37.01 (pt.) 



Tract 37.02 (pt.) 



All housing units 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 — 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier - 

BEDROOMS 

No bedroom 

1 bedroom 

2 bedrooms 

3 bedrooms 

4 bedrooms 

5 or more bedrooms 

CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS 

Owner-occupied condominium housing units 

Renter-occupied condominium housing units 

Vacant condominium housing units 

SELECTED STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete kitchen facilities 

Source of water, public system or private company 

Sewage disposal, public sewer 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Occupied housing units 

HOUSE HEATING FUEL 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

All other fuels 

No fuel used 

VEHICLES AVAILABLE 

None 

1 

2 

3 or more 

Vehicles per household 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

Owner-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

Renter-occupied housing units 

1989 to March 1990 

1985 to 1988 

1980 to 1984 

1970 to 1979 

1969 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

No telephone in unit 

Householder 65 years and over 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Lacking complete plumbing facilities 

No telephone in unit 

No vehicle ovoilable 

Complete plumbing facilities 

1 .00 or less persons per room 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing facilities 

1.00 or less persons per room 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Mean household Income In 1989: 

Owner-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Renter-occupied housing units (dollars) 

Household income in 1989 below poverty level 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Renter-occupied housing units 



94 



94 



126 



120 



39 



39 



1 200 



- 


4 


- 


36 


- 


16 


12 


48 


- 


10 


- 


63 


- 


18 


- 


327 


11 


22 


- 


319 


44 


36 


21 


191 


12 


10 


6 


101 


27 


12 


" 


115 


_ 


_ 




13 


— 


- 


- 


31 


40 


11 


6 


204 


49 


60 


21 


648 


5 


48 


12 


242 


- 


9 


- 


62 



94 


128 


39 


1 200 


49 


11 


6 


284 


87 


17 


6 


263 


- 


- 


- 


2 


— 


- 


- 


2 



1 160 



81 


82 


16 


812 


- 


- 


- 


83 


— 


— 


— 


30 


13 


26 


11 


184 


- 


12 


12 


51 



9 


5 


_ 


14 


40 


- 


27 


196 


27 


71 


12 


577 


18 


44 


_ 


373 


1.6 


2.4 


1.3 


2.3 


83 


120 


27 


1 080 


- 


9 


- 


88 


7 


40 


12 


218 


18 


10 


_ 


160 


11 


33 


6 


342 


47 


28 


9 


272 


11 


- 


12 


80 


— 


- 


- 


26 


11 


- 


12 


35 


- 


- 


- 


6 


— 


- 


- 


13 



36 


9 




16 


159 


36 


9 




16 


159 


- 


- 




- 


2 


— 


— 




_ 


. 


9 


5 




- 


7 


94 


120 




39 


1 158 


94 


120 




39 


1 158 


- 


- 




_ 


2 


~~ 


- 




- 


2 




_ 




- 


- 


35 117 


114 729 


25 645 


53 045 


19 727 


- 


41 


500 


44 364 


13 


— 




- 


33 


13 


- 




- 


33 




~ 




- 


- 



158 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 33. Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbol 



Is, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Appleton-Osh- 

kosh-Neenoh, 

Wl MSA 



Calumet County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



Menasha city 
(pt.) 



Outagamie County 



Total 



Appleton city 
(pt.) 



Kaukauna city 



Winnebago County 



Appleton city Menosha city 
Totol (pt.) (pt.) 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $300 

$300 to $399 - - 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 - 

$600 to $799 

$800 to $999 

$1,000 to $1,499 

$1,500 to $1,999 - 

$2,000 or more — — 

Median (dollars) 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $100 

$100 to $199 

$200 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

Median (dollars) 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED 
MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF 
HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 

Less than $20,000 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent — 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$20,000 to $34,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$35,000 to $49,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$50,000 or more 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent — 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $199 

$200 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 — 

$750 to $999 

$1,000 or more 

No cash rent 

Median (dollars) 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 BY GROSS RENT AS 
A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 

Less than $10,000 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$10,000 to $19,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$20,000 to $34,999 - 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent — 

25 to 29 percent ^ 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$35,000 or more 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent — 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



67 678 

42 235 

733 
2 607 
5 660 
7 579 
12 866 



6 956 

4 586 
854 
394 
663 

25 443 
64 

5 224 
14 784 

4 083 
829 
459 
245 



12 367 
3 714 
1 879 
1 541 

1 255 
3 704 

274 
26.5 

17 210 
9 199 
3 040 

2 564 
1 238 
1 162 

7 
18.9 

18 743 
12 232 

3 957 

1 742 
490 
314 

8 
16.9 

19 358 
16 157 

2 164 
737 
204 

96 

13.2 
33 536 

128 

2 270 

4 867 
11 506 

8 326 

3 329 
1 716 

447 

85 

862 

383 



7 198 
143 
433 
852 
440 

4 916 
414 

50.0+ 

9 320 
804 

1 764 

2 164 

1 542 

2 796 
250 

29.5 
10 337 



6 055 

2 624 

874 

333 

237 

214 

18.7 

6 681 

6 144 

324 

31 

12 

170 
12.8 



7 008 

4 362 

37 
240 
575 
809 

1 430 
733 
390 
141 

7 
662 

2 646 

2 

630 

1 547 

343 

79 

45 

237 



1 080 
350 
131 
130 
93 
358 
18 
26.9 

1 766 
906 
370 
230 
149 
111 



19.5 

I 386 

523 

538 

212 

58 

55 



17.0 
1 776 

1 457 
218 

76 
12 
13 

12.9 

2 341 

14 

194 

531 

770 

435 

186 

75 

17 

2 

117 

346 



547 

17 

42 

72 

44 

306 

66 

44.1 

590 

77 

153 

113 

118 

91 

38 

27.0 

766 

519 

126 

45 

43 

2 

31 

17.2 

438 

419 

3 



16 
12.0 



2 048 

1 667 

14 
48 
100 
238 
614 
400 
186 
67 

731 
381 

14 

290 

48 

20 

9 

259 



177 
31 
26 

17 

97 

6 

37.5 

479 

134 

132 

87 

84 

42 

24.0 
778 
367 
258 
126 
15 
12 

20.4 

614 

444 

118 

40 

6 

6 

16.1 
848 



9 
50 
309 
298 
121 
43 



18 
408 



173 
9 



128 

36 

50.0+ 

213 

6 

22 

56 

85 

35 

9 

31.1 

310 

172 

87 

19 

32 



19.4 
152 
152 



12.9 



16 



750 
5 



225 



50.0+ 



10.0- 
8 
8 



17.5 



30 579 

19 717 

335 

1 104 

2 576 

3 503 
6 114 
3 392 
2 199 

365 

129 

668 

10 862 

29 

2 001 

6 377 

1 891 

375 

189 

251 



5 398 
1 566 
805 
704 
604 
1 565 
154 
26.8 

7 192 

3 668 
1 378 
1 091 

513 
542 

19.7 

8 649 
5 611 
1 794 

806 
286 
144 
8 
17.2 

9 340 
7 880 
1 051 

302 
91 
16 

13.5 
13 727 

43 

770 

1 915 

4 773 
3 492 
1 436 

710 
187 
47 
354 
386 



2 618 

35 
150 
241 
145 

1 880 
167 

50.0+ 

3 726 
345 
669 



707 

1 089 
108 

29.9 
4 297 

2 512 

1 158 
330 
130 
103 

64 
18.8 

3 086 

2 853 
160 

1 



72 
12.7 



13 241 

8 519 

146 

408 
1 000 



389 
748 
522 
042 
187 
77 
686 
722 
3 
657 
660 
030 
242 
130 
263 



2 472 
639 
336 
340 
284 
806 

67 
28.3 

3 214 
1 570 

625 
494 
275 
250 



20.3 

3 474 

2 173 
764 
315 
155 

67 

17.7 

4 081 

3 499 
458 

97 

26 

1 

13.5 
7 266 

11 

365 

993 

2 643 

1 762 

890 

403 

63 

21 

115 

387 



1 420 

4 

89 

94 

70 

1 109 

54 
50.0+ 

2 071 
163 
384 
494 
376 
632 

22 

29.8 

2 264 

1 285 

646 

183 

74 

64 

12 

19.1 

1 511 

1 392 

73 

1 



45 
12.7 



2 786 

1 668 

45 
141 
301 
458 
492 
179 
39 
13 

580 
1 118 

8 

325 

693 

82 

8 

2 

228 



662 

242 

105 

92 

76 

143 

4 

24.1 

697 

387 

149 

104 

31 

26 

18.4 

811 

597 

154 

44 

3 

5 

8 

16.8 

616 

574 

35 

7 



10.3 
1 258 

5 
127 
241 
429 
332 
80 
14 

5 

25 

356 



258 

10 

8 

52 

15 

161 

12 

45.3 

397 

46 

97 

86 

74 

87 

7 

280 

379 

223 

116 

25 

5 

5 

5 

18.6 

224 

217 



7 
11.5 



30 091 



18 156 

361 



1 263 

2 509 

3 267 
5 322 
2 831 

1 997 
348 
258 
657 

11 935 
33 

2 593 



860 
849 
375 
225 
242 



5 889 

1 798 
943 
707 
558 

1 781 
102 
26.1 

8 252 

4 625 
1 292 
1 243 

576 

509 

7 

18.0 

7 708 

5 098 
1 625 

724 
146 
115 



16.6 

8 242 

6 820 

895 

359 

101 

67 

13.0 
17 468 

71 

1 306 

2 421 
5 963 
4 399 
1 707 

931 
243 
36 
391 
384 



4 033 

91 
241 
539 
251 

2 730 
181 

50.0+ 

5 004 
382 
942 

1 243 

717 

1 616 

104 

29.5 

5 274 

3 024 

1 340 
499 
160 
132 
119 

18.9 
3 157 

2 872 
161 

30 
12 



425 



4 
32.5 



260 



56 

32 
31 
73 
61 
7 

660 



30 



30 



50.0+ 
59 



51 

50.0+ 

67 
15 
14 



22 

27.8 
104 

60 

25 

9 

10 



3 330 

1 980 

22 

160 

295 

396 

606 

305 

145 

36 

15 

633 

1 350 

216 
886 
199 
31 
18 
245 



708 

173 

199 

86 

53' 

184 

13 

24.4 

994 

554 

160 

156 

71 

53 

18.5 
897 
565 
229 
82 
21 



17.3 
731 

641 

46 

40 

4 



12.0 
2 259 

19 
139 

338 
904 
605 
154 
51 
14 

35 
365 



579 
21 
45 
37 
45 

417 

14 

50.0+ 

665 
63 

144 

215 
65 

178 

27.9 

670 

399 

161 

80 

14 

16 
18.7 
345 
321 

13 



82 

13.0 



11 
12.6 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 159 



Table 33. Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990 -Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $300 - - 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 .. 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $799 - 

$800 to $999 — — 

$1,000 to $1,499 - 

$1,500 to $1,999 - — 

$2,000 or more - — 

Median (dollars) 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $100 

$100 to $199 

$200 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 - 

$500 or more 

Median (dollars) 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED 
MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF 
HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 

Less than $20,000— - 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent — 

30 to 34 percent - 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$20,000 to $34,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent - 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$35,000 to $49,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent - 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$50,000 or more 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $199 

$200 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 to $999 

$1,000 or more 

No cash rent 

Median (dollars) 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 BY GROSS RENT AS 
A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 

Less thon $10,000 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$10,000 to $19,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$20,000 to $34,999 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$35,000 or more. 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



Winnebago County— Con. 



Neenah city Oshkosh city 



5 666 

3 553 

33 

216 
452 
588 

1 052 
597 
468 

81 

66 

687 

2 113 

407 
1 258 

333 
70 
45 

245 



1 020 
373 
132 

88 
116 
281 

30 
24.6 
1 418 
745 
246 
235 

91 
101 

19.3 

1 467 

964 

281 

195 

22 

5 

16.4 

1 761 

1 446 
191 

62 
42 
20 

13.2 

2 957 



175 
454 
976 
736 
376 
165 
5 
7 

63 
384 



579 

6 

33 

92 

36 

398 

14 

50.0+ 

807 

44 

229 

191 

144 

185 

14 

28.2 

899 

530 

221 

69 

33 

17 

29 

18.7 

672 

619 

36 

5 



12 
13.0 



10 536 



785 

206 
513 
008 
228 
560 
674 
477 

50 

69 
595 
751 

25 
151 
763 
608 
160 

44 
236 



2 576 
835 
369 
335 
262 
741 

34 
26.0 

3 237 

1 960 
508 
447 
179 
136 

7 
16.4 

2 566 

1 815 
519 
181 

23 
28 

16.2 

2 157 
1 812 

220 



23 

16 

12.4 
9 015 

34 
848 

1 285 

2 983 
2 275 

879 
433 
129 
9 
140 
383 



2 345 

51 

143 

322 

155 

1 571 
103 

50.0+ 

2 796 
227 
460 
680 
389 

1 008 

32 

30.2 



2 778 

1 592 

703 

272 

89 

85 

37 

18.9 

1 096 

991 

69 

6 



30 
13.0 



Totals for split trocts/BNA's in 
Calumet County 



Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 



1 698 

1 365 

14 

48 

93 

238 

575 

334 

63 



690 
333 

14 

285 

34 



250 



170 
31 
26 
17 

90 

6 

36.7 

461 

134 

132 

80 

84 

31 

23.7 
672 
361 
219 
84 
8 



19.3 

395 

348 

37 

10 



14.3 
848 



9 

50 
309 
298 
121 
43 



18 
408 



173 
9 



128 

36 

50.0+ 

213 

6 

22 

56 

85 

35 

9 

31.1 

310 

172 

87 

19 

32 



19.4 

152 
152 



12.9 



1 273 
937 

13 
79 
113 
210 
186 
219 
113 
4 
872 
336 

36 
143 
99 
42 
16 
293 



125 

31 

11 

9 

9 

65 

35.5 
209 
76 
43 
46 
14 
30 

23.3 
383 
177 
94 
53 
22 
37 

20.8 

556 

340 

137 

54 

12 

13 

17.6 
147 



33 
42 
10 

6 
29 

15 

4 
365 



28.3 
48 

14 

15 

3 

14 

2 

28.0 

39 

23 

6 

3 

7 



14.6 

52 

47 

3 



2 
12.2 



Appleton city (pt.), Calumet 
County 



Tract 203.01 Tract 203.02 
(pt.) (pt.) 



1 698 

1 365 

14 

48 

93 

238 

575 

334 

63 



690 
333 

14 

285 

34 



250 



170 
31 
26 
17 

90 
6 
36.7 
461 
134 
132 



31 

23.7 
672 
361 
219 
84 



19.3 

395 

348 

37 

10 



14.3 
848 



9 

50 
309 
298 
121 
43 



18 

408 



173 
9 



128 

36 

50.0+ 

213 

6 

22 

56 

85 

35 

9 

31.1 

310 

172 

87 

19 

32 



19.4 
152 
152 



12.9 



350 
302 



39 
66 
123 

67 

1 116 
48 



5 

14 

20 

9 

442 



50.0+ 
18 



11 

36.7 

106 

6 

39 

42 

7 

12 

26.0 

219 

96 

81 

30 

6 

6 

20.8 



Menasha city (pt.) 
, Calumet County 



Tract 203.02 (pt.) 



750 
5 



225 



50.0+ 



10.0- 
8 
8 



17.5 



Remainder of Calumet County 



Tract 201 



Tract 202 



Tract 203.01 
(pt.) 



836 

431 

5 
35 

121 
80 

125 
33 
16 
16 

576 
405 

133 

210 

51 

9 

2 

227 



183 
76 
24 
19 
21 
43 

23.2 
185 
123 

33 
14 
7 
8 

14.9 

300 

240 

33 

6 

5 

16 

13.1 

168 

163 

2 

3 



10.0- 
287 

1 
40 
92 
102 

17 

15 

1 



19 
301 



68 

6 
14 

4 
37 

7 
41.0 
96 
31 
40 
11 
10 

4 

21.9 

80 

66 

1 

8 



5 

14.7 

43 

37 



6 
11.8 



666 

360 

2 
19 
71 
62 
133 
53 



635 
306 

2 

93 

172 

27 

7 

5 

224 



125 

46 

17 

19 

8 

33 

2 

24.6 

206 

108 

42 

17 

27 

12 

19.2 
201 
135 

41 

20 

5 



16.4 

134 

126 

6 

2 



10.0- 
198 

3 
20 
75 
44 
24 

4 



28 
288 



46 

2 

3 

6 

4 

21 

10 

38.0 

47 

10 

16 

9 

4 

5 

3 

23.8 

76 

58 

6 

3 



9 

14.9 

29 

21 



8 
10.0- 



160 APPLETON-OSHKOSH-NEENAH, Wl MSA 



CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS 



Table 33. Financial Characteristics of Housing Units: 1990— Con. 

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text] 



Census Tract or Block Numbering 
Area 



Remainder of Calumet County— Con. 



Tract 203.02 
(pt.) 



Tract 204 



Tract 205 



Tract 206 Tract 207.98 Tract 208.98 Tract 209.98 



Totals for split tracts/BNA's in Outagamie County 



Tract 106.01 Tract 106.02 



Tract 109 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $300 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 - 

$500 to $599 - 

$600 to $799 

$800 to $999 — 

$1,000 to $1,499 

$1,500 to $1,999 

$2,000 or more --- 

Median (dollars) 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $100 

$100 to $199 

$200 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

Median (dollars) 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED 
MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF 
HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 

Less than $20,000 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent — 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$20,000 to $34,999 . 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent - 

30 to 34 percent „ 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$35,000 to $49,999 --- 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent - 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

$50,000 or more 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 24 percent - 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 — 

$100 to $199 

$200 to $299 — 

$300 to $399 

$400 to $499 - 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 to $999 

$1,000 or more 

No cash rent 

Median (dollars) 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 BY GROSS RENT AS 
A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 

Less than $10,000 

Less than 20 percent 

20 to 2